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Tectia

Starting sshd2 Manually under USS

[Note]Note

If you want to run the server manually from USS, the SSHD2 user needs to have a login shell defined. Modify the ADDSSHD2 script accordingly.

To start the server manually, log on to Unix System Services (USS) as the SSHD2 user and execute the command:

> /opt/tectia/etc/init.d/sshd2 start

When the version string message appears, you may exit from the shell. The server will continue to run as a process without a controlling terminal. During the startup the server might report warnings that the server daemon cannot access the crypto hardware. Those are only warnings and the server starts without the crypto hardware mentioned in the warning messages.


 

 
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