ps: I know that I just have to put a file names ssh in /boot, but that's not what I want
I have a raspberry pi running Raspbian Desktop and unfortunately it still didn't migrate everything to systemd. I'm following
raspi-config ssh activation script and simulating
update-rc in my SD card by renaming the
rcX.d symlinks from
S01ssh in the
r2c.d, r3c.d, r4c.d, r5d.c. However, even after this the ssh daemon won't start in boot. If, however, I type
sudo service ssh start in the raspberry terminal, the ssh starts. Does it mean that ssh is a systemd service or that it recognized the
rcX.d symlinks I did?
I want to make ssh start by just editing the / tree, not messing with /boot.
ps: I know it can be made through raspi-config, but I need to activate it before the SD card's first boot and I don't wanna touch the /boot partition