But this time I used the "unzip tarball to drive"-method instead of the rescue-key-installer.
Something must have broken the last time while installing.
Ping works, login as root did too.
NMAP tells me that the system has no open ports, except those running a service (only SSH), which is the debian-default. That means there are no open ports, there is just no additional active security.
You can remove that addendum from your first post
Now I am stuck at the "so, now what?"-Phase.
I will probably figure it out eventually, but could you give pointers as to where you added your own modifications to the system?
- Where did you define the shutdown-alias, in case I want to alter or disable it?
- Which files do I have to modify/delete in order to correctly disable the wifi-hotspot?
I already changed /etc/network/interfaces from the rescue-system to make the spare ethernet-port use DHCP (it was set to manual)
- What does exim do in its current configuration?
I have not used exim before, so this is more of a general question. I know it is a mail transfer agent and is used in setting up a mail server. But that is about it.