I am new to the Linux world. I am a chemistry student but since our lab researches on computational chemistry area I need to understand Linux, as the calculations are run on a cluster running OpenSUSE. The thing is I have OpenSUSE 11.4 installed on some machines, and when we reboot them they do not start the ssh daemon right away. Thus the root user (me) needs to run the following command manually:
I am looking for a way to make the ssh start on boot. I do not wish to install
systemctl or update the system because I am not an expert, and I am afraid updating might result in problems in the cluster (e.g., communication of one machine with the other, or other sort of problems). Does anyone know how to solve this, maybe a command or perhaps a script that runs the command
rcsshd start right after boot?