> Hmm... funny, i have thought that inetd_enabled="YES" was default
> regardless if it's in rc.conf or not. Because even it it's not in
> rc.conf, you can still see it running when you ps -ax (/usr/sbin/inetd
> -wW). I have my pop3 (which requires editing the inetd.conf) working
> even if that line is not in my rc.conf.

I think it was the default in 4.8, but there are setup options when you
install 5.1 that allow inetd to not be on by default, and it's pretty easy
to get things installed that way.

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