On Tue, Dec 06, 2022 at 11:51:08AM +0100, martin f krafft wrote:
> Package: openssh-server
> Version: 1:9.1p1-1
> Severity: important
> Compared to Debian's 1:9.0p1-1, this version provides a `ssh.socket` 
> file that has `Accept=no`, and consequently, the package no longer 
> provides `ssh@.service`. This is most likely related to [Steve's 
> work](https://salsa.debian.org/ssh-team/openssh/-/commit/bfb10550c1e8c69757aff2860f60b78253fb9851)
> titled "Support systemd socket activation", despite socket 
> activation working out of the box previously.
> The new approach breaks existing setups that relied on systemd 
> handling the `accept()` call. At the very least, a `NEWS.Debian` 
> entry would be in order.
> Better yet would be a Debconf question to see what the user 
> wants/needs, defaulting to the status quo, rather than changing it.

Steve, can I pass this bug over to you to address?


Colin Watson (he/him)                              [cjwat...@ubuntu.com]

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