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Starting ssh-certd Manually under USS

[Note]Note

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

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

> /opt/tectia/etc/init.d/ssh-certd


 

 
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