[SM-Grimoire-Bugs] [Bug 14606] in openssh, if sshd script is disabled, restart function doesn't work

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Fri Jul 25 20:18:41 EDT 2008


--- Comment #1 from Ladislav Hagara (lace) <hgr at vabo.cz>  2008-07-25 19:18:40 ---
Imho it is a "feature" of our init system. The "$0 start" is called in the same
wasy also from other scripts (wlan, smgl-messagebus, named, ...).

> Doing a "chmod +x /etc/init.d/runlevels/%3/sshd" solves the problem.

This is the same as enable it.
Try "telinit bootdisable sshd" and "telinit bootenable sshd" and see permission
of /etc/init.d/runlevels/%3/sshd.

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