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Old 08-11-2003
Linux file corresponding to HP-UX inetd.conf

Hi!!,

I have been working on a HP UX box all these days.. For adding a user defined service, I used to put an entry for this service corresponing to a port number in /etc/services. These services were then defined in inetd.conf.

Now I have moved to Mandrake linux. I can find a file named /etc/services but cant find the inetd.conf on the linux box. Is this file stored with a diferent name in linux? where should I define my services in Linux???

Smilie
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Old 08-11-2003
Try /etc/xinetd.conf and check the man page as syntax is different.

Also note that if you have choosen workstation by default redhat doesn't install the inetd-*.rpm. You would have to mount your cd-rom, cd to Redhat/RPMS and install with rpm -ivh inetd*
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Old 08-14-2003
find / | grep inetd.conf
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