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“(Unix always had a simple master daemon for internet port connections, called inetd, but today Linux systems tend to be full of always-running deamons.)”
“This would supercede init, cron, inetd and anything that needs to control a running process based on criteria.”
“The device can connect to most UNIX systems running an Internet daemon (inetd) using either the time server port (UDP 37) or NTP port”
“As root, edit/etc/inetd. conf Comment out the line 'login ... rlogin”
“Be sure the rexd line in/etc/inetd. conf is commented out by having a '#' at the beginning of the line:”
“Example lines from/etc/inetd. conf might look like:”
“Note that in all the commands ending in ` ` d '' - such as kflushd and inetd”
“If you don't want this, read about configuring inetd and the file”
“Can be run using inetd, xinetd, or you can use simple replacement "netd" that is part of this package.”
“· ProFTP as standalone version or vsftpd as inetd/xinetd/standalone version”
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