commented it out.
same as before. did not work
standard 2.2 r0, apt-get upgrade
----- Original Message -----
From: "Jonathan D. Proulx" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Friday, June 01, 2001 3:35 AM
Subject: Re: SSHD-config
> On Fri, Jun 01, 2001 at 03:07:11AM +0200, Frans Schreuder wrote:
> :Thanx for your trouble!!!!
> :I checked /var/log/auth.log on advise of H.H.Gebel
> :Changed an host entry (casesensitivity)of the FREESCO router.
> :More importantly, added client in host.allow.
> So it works now? Hmmm. on my system hosts.allow and hosts.deny are
> both empty (exept comments), which allows everything from everywhere
> (nobody get excited, I'm also running netfilter packet filtering :),
> and this is the default I think as I haven't touched them.
> These files only apply to services run out of inetd. I've always
> run sshd as a stand alone deamon (though there may be and inetd option
> on install I forget)
> The case sensitivity of host names is news to me, but after alittle
> testing it looks like /etc/hosts *is* case sensitive while DNS lookups
> are not, hum, live and learn :)
> I'm be interested to know if it still works if you remove the
> hosts.allow entry (assuming you haven't edited hosts.deny)
> :Thanx again for the fast response.
> :Sure to use this channel again
> I think this list is one of the best things about Debian (though apt
> is a close second). I owe it alot...
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