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Does dropbear take care of hosts.allow and hosts.deny?

I'm running dropbear as SSH daemon on Debian (actually Raspbian). I tried setting # /etc/hosts.allow dropbear:192.168.1.1 # my static ip from which I SSH connect to the device and # ...
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How to edit /etc/hosts without sudo?

I have a machine that I can only access using SSH. I was messing with the hostnames, and now it says: ssh: unable to resolve hostname I know how to fix it in /etc/hosts. Problem is, I need sudo ...
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Why is my /etc/hosts.deny file being ignored?

I am using a small embedded linux setup generated by buildroot to run on a x86 device. It was generated to use busybox init system and also runs dropbear so I can ssh into the device. I wanted to ...
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Why does SSH not consult /etc/hosts?

I'm administrating a networked environment where the users authenticate over NIS. All machines can be used to SSH into the server but one. On the machine in question, I get the message ssh: connect ...