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From Stephan Seitz <>
Subject Re: Debian 8.5 template
Date Mon, 15 Aug 2016 08:10:33 GMT

you should remove /etc/ssh/*{_key,} as one of the final steps
of template creation.
I'm currently not sure if debian's openssh-server init automatically
regenerates the server keys. If not a (to be written) "first-boot' init
should call dpkg-reconfigure openssh-server to get the keys

Anyway, some housekeeping tasks (like removing .bash_history,
/var/log/* ...) should be done anyway during template creation.

Here's what we do after template creation/update:

Am Sonntag, den 14.08.2016, 22:40 +0300 schrieb Mindaugas Milinavičius:
> Hello,
> does anyone create template for Debian 8.5?
> I can create, but after server is booted, do not working SSH becau
> se of
> invalid rsa key.
> Hostname changed, password also changed.
> The solution is onlye to reinstall openssh-server to get started, but
> how
> to do it on boot from template?
> Does anyone have solution?

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