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Change the default SSH server port on 10.3
Authored by: Accura on Jun 11, '04 12:11:37AM

I did this but instead of changing the ssh protocol in the services file i added ussh to the file, copied all the ssh xinetd stuff to the same place but with ussh as the name and then edited any references in the text file. I am not on my machine at home so i can't really copy/paste my files here.

The only missing step is adding ussh to the list in Sharing so i can toggle it without going to the command line. Does any one know how to do that? is it possible?

jameso

ps, if any one wants me write up a formal procedure and submit it as a hint let me know and i will.

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Change the default SSH server port on 10.3
Authored by: valkraider on Jun 11, '04 12:52:13PM

How do you start your sshd when you set it up this way?



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Change the default SSH server port on 10.3
Authored by: Accura on Jun 14, '04 07:02:09PM

i have a little shell script called shartussh that changes the line "disable = yes" in the file /etc/xinetd.d/ussh to "disable = no", then restart xinetd.

jameso

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