Gannater János wrote:
What is this kill -HUP inetd?
kill -HUP pid is the standard command to reload a daemon in Unix. Replacing
the 'pid' with the process id number of the daemon in question (listed when
you do a 'ps aux') will force the daemon to reload it's configuration.
My problem is that the ps aux doesn't lists the inetd daemon. So this kill thing doesn't works as well.....
How can I check IMAP or POP3 is really listening?
sockstat is your friend.
Something like "sockstat | grep 110" will check for pop3, and you can see
what program has it open.  "sockstat | more" will allow you to scroll through
the listing to see what's going on.

Bill Moran
Potential Technologies

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