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Re: Many ports open by default

Tom Lear <tom@trap.mtview.ca.us> wrote:
>> Sure, don't run the daemon at all.  When you install exim, "rm
>> /etc/init.d/rc?.d/S*exim" and it won't start.  Local processes will be

> BTW, I think this is what ssh should do if you choose not to run the
> daemon on startup (rather than making /etc/init.d/ssh not work at all).
> I have ssh installed on my laptop, and I don't want it running by
> default, but I'd like to be able to start and stop it with the
> /etc/init.d script.  Anyone else agree with this (should I file a bug)?

I do.
It could use 
update-rc.d ssh stop 20 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 .
instead of
update-rc.d ssh defaults, if I chose not to run the ssh-Daemon.
     cu andreas
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