On Wed, Nov 14, 2012 at 04:01:20AM +0100, Bernt Hansson wrote:
> 2012-11-13 06:22, Gary Kline skrev:
> >
> >     guys,
> >
> >     hold your flame-throwers, because this is about how to get ssh working
> >     from an outside computer into my brand new "tao" that is running a
> >     flavor of linux.  I just got my quad i5 box to replace the old, broken
> >     tao.  this was the box with the busted USB. [!]  Anyway, linux is
> >     installed; the box is on my internal IP net.  I can ssh *out*. to my
> >     server, vut from my server or wherever, I cant ssh back in.
> >
> >     doing an % ssh  OR ssh tao gives me an instant
> >     "Connection refused".  if I try an ssh -X tao I get a string like
> >     "Connnection closed".  can any of you network wizards or setup
> >     wizards clue me in.  {FWIW:: the ssh stuff is from OpenBSD.}
> >
> >     anybody know what im NOT doing?
> You have to start the ssh daemon (sshd)

        this may have been what did the trick; also, you need the full 
 Gary Kline  kl...@thought.org  http://www.thought.org  Public Service Unix
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