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    Dear Users,

    How can i configure SSH?

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    By editing /etc/ssh/sshd.conf.
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    Dear,

    Thankx 4 replie.

    I know the location of SSH file but i asked that how i can i configured this.

    which steps i change or not.

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    What do you want to do? We are not mind readers if you read your question it is very broad.

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    what exactly do you want to do about ssh config file?
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    If you are not familiar with editing config files, theres a nifty program out there to serve as a graphical user interface for your system, called WEBMIN. It's how I got started in setting things up, then I dug into figuring out how to work 'under the hood' so to speak, now I prefer working in a shell most of the time! Easy to install and use, d/l and install instructions at www.webmin.com

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    yes i think the www.webmin.com is good solution to start with.although you can download nmap-frotend to see which ports are listening (ssh,ftp,.....)
    good luck!
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