Re: Please update debconf PO translation for the package lsh-utils 2.0.1cdbs-4
> Am 20.01.2006 um 11:30 schrieb Nikita V. Youshchenko:
> > A strange point in original message:
> >> msgid ""
> >> "The default port for lshd is 22. If you would like lshd to run on
> >> a "
> >> "different port, please specify the alternative port here. If you
> >> specify
> >> 22, "
> >> "you will need to manually disable any other ssh servers you have
> >> running
> >> on "
> >> "port 22, other than OpenSSH (from the `openssh-server' package)."
> > Do they really mean that lshd and openssh-server may share port 22 ?
> No. But I default now to port 22, and if openssh-server is installed,
> it will be disabled when port 22 is selected.
> (the postinst disables the openssh-server)
> I think it should be obvious, that both can not share their ports.
I know that sharing a port is something very strange (although possible
through wrappers etc). However, the message sounds strangely. Maybe better
to state explicity that package will disable openssh-server?