Ubuntu 16.04LTS boot time errors – part 2

Ubuntu 16.04LTS boot time errors – part 2

I get the following error on bootup


unsafe symlinks encountered in /var/run/sshd refusing

followed by some other errors I’ll leave for now

There is no file or directory called sshd in /var/run
Can anybody tell me whats going on and how to fix it?


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