sshd won't start in slackware
I recently bought a new computer, so I turned my old one into a Linux box, for the time being. I installed the newest version of OpenSSH on it a few days ago so I could run sshd on it, but I can't get the daemon to start. I typed "/etc/rc.d/rc.sshd start" and it didn't display any message so I assumed it worked. When I ran "ssh 127.0.0.1" it said "connection refused," so I nmapped myself and apparently port 22 is closed. I tried killing all sshd processes completely by doing "killall -HUP sshd" and it said "no processes killed." It says the same thing ("no processes killed") when I do "/etc/rc.d/rc.sshd restart." Why isn't the daemon even starting?