I've had been considering running xinted for some time now, and thanks to
Forest's suggestions I've been able to successfully get it up and running
smoothly. I am personnaly left wondering why not just replact inetd altogether
with this version? It certainly enhances security a bit.
Well these are just thoughts from the peanut gallery.
Forrest Aldrich wrote:
> At 09:30 AM 11/7/2000 +0000, Konstantin Chuguev wrote:
> >If xinetd has a startup script, why don't you just set inetd_enable="NO"
> >and let
> >the /usr/local/etc/rc.d/xinetd.sh start normally? You need to edit no
> >files (except for rc.conf.local, obviously).
> [ .. ]
> Sure that would work, but for the type of service it is, this seems rather
> ambiguous. I would rather see this service handled in the rc.* scripts,
> where other similar services are handled.
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