Basic Setup SSH Server on Fedora.

 

Basic Setup SSH Server on Fedora.

 

Usually the ssh is install by default on the installation of Fedora operating system itself.  The article below show the step of the basic setup of ssh server on Fedora Linux operating system.

 

1.  Open X terminal.

 

X terminal.

 

Checking SSH server status.

 

Using the service command to check the current status of the sshd.

 

[root@tenouk ~]# service sshd status

sshd is stopped

[root@tenouk ~]#

 

Start SSH server.

 

Start the sshd process using service command.

 

[root@tenouk ~]# service sshd start

Starting sshd:                                             [  OK  ]

[root@tenouk ~]#

 

Automatically start SSH server.

 

   Using the chkconfig command to enable and make sure that every time the system restart, the SSH (sshd deamon) start automatically.

 

1.  Check current configuration status of sshd.

 

[root@tenouk ssh]# chkconfig --list sshd

sshd            0:off   1:off   2:off   3:off   4:off   5:off   6:off

[root@tenouk ssh]#

 

2.  Using the chkconfig to automatically start the SSH on runlevel 3, 4 and runlevel 5.

 

[root@tenouk ssh]# chkconfig --level 345 sshd on

[root@tenouk ssh]#

 

3.  Verify the change for shhd on runlevel 3, 4 and runlevel 5.

 

[root@tenouk ssh]# chkconfig --list sshd

sshd            0:off   1:off   2:off   3:on    4:on    5:on    6:off

[root@tenouk ssh]#

 

basically you have done the basic setup process now you can proceed with the:

 

Customize the ssh configuration.

Create user account.

Using ssh

 

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1 comment

11
Nov

great info

works like a champ!!