Re: Install Debian 4.0 to watch DVD video
On 3/2/08, Adrian Levi <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> On 02/03/2008, hce <email@example.com> wrote:
> > I changed to "audo", it sitll does not work. But, if I start dhclient
> > manually, it works fine. I checked ps, there was a dhclient3 running.
> > Could that cause the problem? How can I config /etc/init.d to make the
> > dhclient running?
> dh-client is requiret to fetch a dhcp address for you, it should be running.
> below is my /e/n/interfaces file
> # This file describes the network interfaces available on your system
> # and how to activate them. For more information, see interfaces(5).
> # The loopback network interface
> auto lo
> iface lo inet loopback
> # The primary network interface
> auto eth0
> iface eth0 inet dhcp
> If you want to use dhcp make sure that it looks exactly like this.
Yes, my interfaces looks exactly like this. And, it works if I run
the dhclient manually.
> > > AFAIK ssh depends on openssh-client and openssh-server so you should be
> > > fine.
> > The ssh client running fine. It can ssh to other linux box where the
> > sshd is running, but other linux box cannot ssh to it as there is no
> > sshd running on the Debian.
> > I searched Intenert find a ssh script and copied it to the
> > /etc/init.d. The instruction says to call "update-rc.d -f ssh defaults
> > 20", then run "/etc/init.d/ssh start". But, I could not find
> > update-rc.d in my Debian box, is there alternative to make a runlevel
> > links manually for ssh defaults 20?
> Woo, slow down. Stop and think a minute. Debian is one of the easiest
> and trouble free distributions to run, if a package is installed all
> the required scripts are installed as well.
> Have you tried running:
> #/etc/init.d/ssh start
> What did it return, was that script there to begin with? Did you check
> to see if openssh-server is installed as Andrei suggested? The client
> and server are in different packages. You may have the client
> installed but not the server.
> If you type in
> starbuck:~# apt-get install openssh-server
> You should get a response like below if the server is installed:
> Reading package lists... Done
> Building dependency tree... Done
> openssh-server is already the newest version.
> 0 upgraded, 0 newly installed, 0 to remove and 0 not upgraded.
> Attack one problem at a time and create a new thread in debian-user
> for each new problem. Give us time to help you before trying things
> that will make the end result harder to achieve or introduce new
Thanks Adrian, it works now after installing the openssh-server.