> On Apr 3, 2017, at 07:00, tech-lists <tech-li...@zyxst.net> wrote: > > Hello current@, > > From https://www.freebsd.org/doc/handbook/network-inetd.html I should be > able to start inetd like this: > > service inetd start > > ...after enabling it in /etc/rc.conf. The inetd options look like this: > > inetd_enable="YES" > inetd_program="/usr/sbin/inetd" > inetd_flags="-wW -C 60" > > The problem is that the startup script doesn't exist in /etc/rc.d. I get > this error: > > # service inetd start > inetd does not exist in /etc/rc.d or the local startup > directories (/usr/local/etc/rc.d), or is not executable > > and the lines in rc.conf have no effect (inetd doesn't start). > > I can, however, start it manually, as root, like this: > > # inetd -wW -C 60 > > and it runs as expected. > > This problem exists in 11-stable as well as -current. How can I fix this > please?
Please double check your build options. If MK_INETD=no (WITHOUT_INETD=, typically) is set in src.conf, it won’t install this and other inetd-related items. Thanks, -Ngie
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