On Tuesday 19 October 2004 13:23, Aidan Delaney wrote:
> Do you really need to run ssh? I don't on my desktop so I turn it off.
> You can turn it off using the "Services" program in
> "Applications->System Tools" under Gnome. As I recall you run Fedora.
> If it does not have a "Services" program you should look for a program
> whose name suggests that it can modify your computers' "init" or initial
That sounds like a good idea.
I never use ssh on my desktop.
I've turned it off with "service sshd stop".
(Fedora has everything.)
I see I am running all sorts of servicees I never use.
Canna? What on earth is that?
[Don't tell me, I'll look it up.]
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