It is not clear what doesn't works for you and what you have done to solve the problem.
If sshd service wasn't running, you won't be able to connect from any ssh client including anyterm.
sh /ffp/start/sshd.sh does nothing, except it displays help for possible command options, which can be used with this script file.Problem solved! My problem: Not autorun ffp-openssh.. install anyterm web ssh client, and sh /ffp/start/sshd.sh and work
Can you paste outputs of the following commands:
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md5sum /ffp/start/sshd.sh ls -la /ffp/start
By default all mine openssh packages contains start script /ffp/start/sshd.sh with executable bit set, because it is critical service, required to login and manage NAS. This way sshd service always starts in case of reboot or clean boot up. It is unnecessary to set exec bit again.
Testing is delayed until tomorrow. I accidently pulled out my ffp-stick, without unmounting it, thus I need to repair it first. Lesson learned-never use 2 identical USB sticks with NAS.