I'm using Linux Mint Debian v2, 64-bit.
I noticed recently that my ssh daemon does not start automatically on boot. It used to. I'm not sure if it had to do with my UFW configuration or sshd_config configurations, but, it doesn't start now unless I put:
sudo service ssh start
I've searched the net and I could find some solutions such as:
sudo update-rc.d ssh defaults
and creating an sshd file in
/etc/init.d, but, they didn't work.
I've tried purging ssh and openssh-server and re-installing. But, that didn't have any effect. It started automatically after re-installing, but, once I rebooted and checked for the ssh daemon, it wouldn't show up.
Any suggestions on how I can get it to start on boot?