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    I have 2 questions pertaing to ssh
    1) anyone know of something with a simpler install then cywin for forwarding x11 packets from a windows based system?
    2)How can i get my open ssh daemon running at boot.
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    What distro do you want to run it at boot on? If it's gentoo, rc-update add sshd default. MDK, I'm not sure.
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    1:Secure crt works fine for forwarding X11 packets. But it costs money though, its a product from Van Dyke.

    2:
    Code:
    chkconfig --level 35 sshd on

    If you are using redhat,fedora,mandrake or Suse
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