QuickTip: How To Enable SSH On Fedora 21, Fedora 20 And Fedora 19

Hello Linux Geeksters. The latest Fedora versions should come with SSH pre-installed, so in order to SSH to and from your Fedora, you only have to enable the SSHD service:

$ sudo systemctl enable sshd.service

If however, you don’t have SSH installed or you have removed it, you need to install the openssh package via yum, to get it back. The openssh package installs both openssh-server and openssh-clients packages:

$ sudo yum install openssh

And of course, enable the SSHD service at boot:

$ sudo systemctl enable sshd.service

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