Enable SSH on mounted disk?
So I have a microSD card with an Ubuntu OS on it that had as one of it's last commands:
systemctl disable ssh
I can no longer SSH into this drive when it is running as the server on my NanoPI. I can take that microSD card and mount it to a Linux desktop as another drive and get access to the file system no problem. But what would I need to change on the drive to re-enable SSH again?
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