1. ALT-F1 to change to the main console.
2. Type 'unsupported' (you will not be able to see what you're typing).
3. When prompted, enter the root user's password.
4. Type: vi /etc/inetd.conf
5. Find the line that begins with #ssh
6. Cursor over the first 's' and press the 'i' key (for insert mode)
7. Press backspace
8. Press ESC
9. Type SHIFT+colon (:) and then 'wq!' to write and exit.
10. Type 'ps | grep inetd' to find the inetd process
11. Send the hangup signal to the process ID output from step 10 with:
kill -s HUP