>From: Ross Cooney <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> >
> >Seems that this is a xinetd/inetd problem...you should use tcpserver 
> >instead.
> Seems like it. I don't have a (tcpserver) process running either. What did I 
> screw up this time? ;)

What software have you installed on your server?
If you are not familiar with installing an OS from scratch
then it might be easier to start again.

Follow LWQ after you have the OS installed.

> >In the archives:
> >tcpserver problems? or is it qmail? or BOTH! Help?
> >http://www.ornl.gov/its/archives/mailing-lists/qmail/2001/08/msg00164.html
> >
> >and
> >
> >http://www.ornl.gov/its/archives/mailing-lists/qmail/2001/08/msg00182.html
> I have been trying to read these acrchives for the last two days but no 
> connections. Are they down?

no problems with archives here....I use them every day!

Ross Cooney

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