output for sudo dpkg --configure openssh-server : https://pastebin.com/GGa0uHAs
output for journalctl -xe : https://pastebin.com/Cgewh88r
how can i solve this?
I'm not sure this will work or not. But you can check your port no and if your port no shows busy, you can change it and try once.
For checking port no. you can use below command.
$ netstat -tnlp
Hope it will help you.
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