At 10:54 PM 2/13/04 -0500, matthew wrote:
On Fri, 13 Feb 2004, Dragoncrest wrote:
> Ok, I finally figured out why my configs weren't loading for > ssh. Apparently when you startup SSHD it loads some weird default > sshd_config file that I can't seem to find. However, if I specify "sshd -f > /etc/ssh/sshd_config" it will load my config file and my ssh works the way > it should. Now I can obviously edit my /usr/local/etc/rc.d/sshd.sh file to > do this on startup, but it's baffling the living heck out of me as to why > sshd doesn't load the default /etc/ssh/sshd_config file when you load it > from the command prompt by typing "/usr/sbin/sshd". >
Look in /usr/local/etc/ sshd proably checks there first. this sort of thing happened to me with procmail and procmail.rc. Until of course i read the man page.
sshd will refuse to start if no config file. I reckon it is in there.
also a locate sshd_config after running /etc/per*/week*/310* to update the search db.
> Anyone got any idea what setting in the system dictates to sshd what the
> default config file is? I'm guessing that there's gotta be something I'm
> missing somewhere as to why sshd isn't loading the default config file like
> it should short of specifying it by hand.
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