brent timothy saner on 8 Apr 2012 03:09:56 -0700

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Re: [PLUG] sshd on sabayon

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On 04/08/12 00:44, Michael Lazin wrote:
> Hi, I just tried out sabayon on my netbook.  Before reimaging from 
> ubuntu I plugged into my network and mounted the drive with sshfs
> and made a tarball of my home directory.  I want to put this
> tarball back on my sabayon netbook but I can't ssh to it.  I
> installed openssh and started ssh service, but the connection from
> my desktop is refused.  I can ssh to localhost from my netbook, but
> ssh to my netbook from my desktop while they are plugged in through
> the same router is not working.  I'm not sure what is going on.

couple things to try.

first, /etc/init.d/sshd status
to confirm it didn't segfault.

if that's not the case, reply and include the output of (on the netbook):

iptables -L -n

ifconfig|grep -B 2 inet|awk '{print $1"\t"$2}'|egrep -v
'(inet6|LOOPBACK|'|egrep [0-9A-Za-z]|sed -e 's/inet//g'

and the contents of /etc/ssh/sshd_config

lastly, a traceroute (from the desktop) to the IP address(es) in the
above ifconfig.

additionally, (from the desktop) an:

ssh -vv (<user@>)<IP address of netbook, see ifconfig)

would help as well.
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