[BlueOnyx:01765] Re: The setting returns to an initial value when the server is rebooted.
hideki.oride at gmail.com
Sat Jul 18 02:00:31 PET 2009
It knows this method.
I want to say..
The setting returns to an initial value when I restarted this server.
Are you not happening on your server?
2009/7/18 Chuck Tetlow <chuck at tetlow.net>:
> At the command-line, go to the /etc/ssh/ directory. Use your favorite
> editor to edit the sshd_config file. A line right near the top reads "Port
> 22". Change that to the port you want to use. Then restart the SSH server
> with "service sshd restart". That should cure it for you - your SSH server
> will run on the new port.
> ---------- Original Message -----------
> From: Hideki Oride <hideki.oride at gmail.com>
> To: blueonyx at blueonyx.it
> Sent: Sat, 18 Jul 2009 13:03:40 +0900
> Subject: [BlueOnyx:01763] The setting returns to an initial value when the
> server is rebooted.
>> HI, Blues.
>> Are you using the port number of SSH ?
>> I want to use number of "909" on SSH.
>> So I am setting this number on "Network Service" - "Shell".
>> But, when I reboot a Server, Port number is back on "22".
>> In addition, It is backing a "Personal Profile" - "Account" -
>> "Language Preference", too
>> How in everyone's BO?
>> I think, the cause of this problem is "constructer".
>> I think that custructer rewrites the Config file.
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