Bug#468960: network-console type images assume sshd will be installed
On Sun, Mar 02, 2008 at 05:43:05PM +0100, Martin Michlmayr wrote:
> * Robert Millan <email@example.com> [2008-03-02 15:59]:
> > TYPE = network-console images, such as di-nslu2.bin, assume that
> > an sshd flavour will be installed in the target system, and have
> > no provisions to force its installation in case it isn't selected
> > by user choice in tasksel.
> > IOW, disabling "standard" task leaves you with a brick :-)
> No, that's not correct. network-console installs openssh-server in
> its postinst file (or, rather, schedules openssh-server to be
> installed later).
It seems I was too quick diagnosing the problem. Probably something
armel-specific, which IIRC doesn't affect sid (though, openssh is installable
Unfortunately I can't check that right now, since I need that machine for
something else. I'll hit it again when I get my next nslu if it hasn't
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