On Wed 2000-11-08 (09:30), Mikel wrote:
> 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.
How does it enhance security?
My main concern:
(nbm@scythe) /usr/src/usr.sbin/inetd> find . -type f -name "*.c" | xargs wc -l | grep
(nbm@scythe) /home/nbm/security/xinetd-220.127.116.11pre10> find . -type f -name "*.c" |
xargs wc -l | grep total
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