On Tue, Jan 28, 2003 at 07:41:36AM -0500, Mykroft Holmes IV wrote:
> On Tue, 2003-01-28 at 06:48, Gannater J??nos wrote:
> > My problem is that,
> > I installed the popper and the imap-uw programs. With make install 
> > from their directory in /usr/ports.
> > My first problem is that I can't find the popper program...
> > All the installations went fine!
> > Athought the impad program does exists, but if I start it I can't see it 
> > anywhere. Not in sockstat in the ps and telnet .....
> > I tried to restart the system, but nothing else changed. Of course I 
> > uncommented the pop3 and imap lines in the /etc/inetd.conf file.
> > Do you have a guess what could be wrong?
> imapd is a peculiar program. It doesn't actually understand IP or ports,
> merely stin and stdout. If you have uncommented it's lines in inetd, try
> 'telnet localhost 143' and see if you get a response. The sockstat and
> netstat suggestions will not work for imapd, since it is started by
> inetd.
> Your inetd daemon is running, right? If not, check the Handbook on how
> to enable it (IIRC it's an option you need to set in rc.conf, but should
> be enabled in /etc/defaults/rc.conf)

As an additional question, you did restart/reload inetd after changing
inetd.conf, right?  (killall -HUP inetd)

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