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2014-01-11 08:07:05 -0500 commented answer How to keep sshd alive after restart?

Yes, it worked. After reboot I checked with 'systemctl status sshd'.

2014-01-11 07:59:49 -0500 answered a question How to keep sshd alive after restart?

No ssh was not enabled in default. Now, as superuser I issued the following command:

[root@mamdo ~]# systemctl enable sshd ln -s '/usr/lib/systemd/system/sshd.service' '/etc/systemd/system/multi-user.target.wants/sshd.service'

I don't understand the creation of the symbolic link, and I am going to check now if sshd remains active on reboot.

Yes, I checked it after reboot with 'systemctl status sshd' as the superuser. Thank you for the help.

2014-01-10 22:36:24 -0500 asked a question How to keep sshd alive after restart?

Every time I want to use ssh, I have to make it alive by issuing 'service sshd start' as superuser. In earlier versions of fedora, I would issue 'systemctl sshd on' as superuser, and this would keep sshd alive even after a restart. But, now, when I issue 'systemctl sshd on' as superuser, the system cannot recognize 'sshd'. Every time after reboot, I have to activate ssh once again through 'service sshd start' as superuser, or I cannot access this machine from any other machine on LAN.