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I have fresh installed Manjaro version 17. Then I install OpenSSH, My aim is to start SSH on boot. SO I did below

sudo pacman -Sy openssh
sudo systemctl start  sshd.service
sudo systemctl enable  sshd.service

I enable Firewall too, at every boot I have to login to system than only I can connect to SSH. I also enable

sudo systemctl start sshd.socket
sudo systemctl enable sshd.socket

But still same. I am using Wifi and I feel that until I login my wifi is not connecting and it is not getting IP due to that SSH is not work.

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Kindly somebody help me.

  • What errors you get? Do you have encrypted home? Do not enable both sshd.service and sshd.socket. They conflict each other and systemd is not able to cope with that. – Jakuje Jul 16 '17 at 8:09
  • Connection time out from SSH – Milind Jul 16 '17 at 11:13
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You should use netctl. It is the Arch Linux built in network management system. If it isn't already installed (it should be though), run pacman -Syu netctl then look in /etc/netctl.

There are example configuration files in /etc/netctl/examples. To use an example, just copy it to /etc/netctl and edit it to fit your set up. So for your case, run cp /etc/netctl/example/wireless-wpa /etc/netctl/somedescriptivename then edit /etc/netctl/somedescriptivename to fit your set up.

To enable auto configuration of your wireless networks with systemd, make sure the wpa_actiond package is installed and enable the service: systemctl enable netctl-auto@wlan0.service

For more information please refer to the Netctl wiki entry.

From : https://unix.stackexchange.com/a/83108/237568

  • Hi, I could not find /etc/network/interfaces, I think missing – Milind Jul 16 '17 at 13:53
  • Can you add the output of ip addr, and your /etc/netctl. I forgot that for Manjaro it is /etc/netctl. – Hunter.S.Thompson Jul 16 '17 at 13:57
  • i updated my question with requested data – Milind Jul 16 '17 at 14:33
  • Please check my answer, I updated the answer. – Hunter.S.Thompson Jul 16 '17 at 14:41
  • Don't you think netctl and NetworkManager will conflict – Milind Jul 16 '17 at 14:43

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