RE: Returned mail: User unknown [sshd & ssh at same time]
HMmm well I like it that way...
Don't change it till we get a vote...
Aaron C. Springer
> From: Brad Allen[SMTP:Ulmo@Q.Net]
> Reply To: Brad Allen;Brad Allen
> Sent: Thursday, September 07, 2000 4:17 PM
> To: email@example.com
> Cc: Brad Allen
> Subject: fw: Returned mail: User unknown [sshd & ssh at same time]
> <<Message: fw: Returned mail: User unknown>>
> Here's another complaint about package installation habits vis-a-vis
> debian. The excerpt is this, and you can skip the attached parts from
> which the quote is derived:
> " the only think that has REALY irked me about debian is they are the only
> " linux dstro I know of that doesn't seperate ssh from sshd.. and during the
> " install of ssh on debain it turns sshd ON.. if your setting up a box that
> " at no point should have even the possibility of being logged into remotely
> " and all of a sudden sshd is turned on.. it's realy icky...
> " blah.. okies..
> " end babble :)
> " Chris
> " /"\ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
> " \ / ASCII Ribbon Campaign firstname.lastname@example.org
> [Well, this time I *mean* to send to the whole list. GPG key isn't
> yet distributed, which actually DOES make sense come to think of it
> ... yet ANOTHER way to use GPG;: sign everything, and don't give out
> either key, -- ahh, but, does it actually make it what I think it is,
> harder to make another properly signed message (given some computing
> power like quantum or DNA computing power or so)? ... and then, when
> some criminal politician or other says "but you wrote THIS!"
> slanderous thing, you can just finally release your public key into
> public; anyway, I'm in key transition, so that's not the issue, but it
> works for now ...]