Ubuntu doesn't come with sshd by default

I've been stuck to Mandriva (formerly Mandrake) as my preferred Linux distro for over 2 years with a positive experience while testing dozens of different distros all that time. Today is one of those days and I decided to switch to Ubuntu (just to see what's out of the Matrix)

My first suprise with Ubuntu is that didn't come with the SSH server service installed, essential for me since I transfer files using SFTP.

If you want that service look for a package called openssh-server in the Synaptic manager or just type in the terminal*:

sudo apt-get install openssh-server

*Remember: You can open a terminal by pressing Alt+F2, typing gnome-terminal and pressing enter

It's been just one day and I am missing my beloved 'urpmi'...

There is no sshd server in ubuntu... unless you install the openssh-server package