Re: xinetd startup message
Happened to me on another system I had setup.
Didn't really spend much time on the problem, but I would be very courious
as to what is causeing the message.
btw: I also added default setting for all services. The install did not do
this, it just converted all of inetd services over. Also remember to
watch packages that don't check for xinetd and instead alter inetd.conf.
Heres what I added to xinetd.conf for default settings to all services:
log_type = SYSLOG daemon
log_on_success = PID HOST EXIT DURATION
log_on_failure = HOST ATTEMPT RECORD
The USERID setting does not work for success+failure for some reason.
On Sat, 24 May 1997 Martin.Bialasinski@uni-koeln.de wrote:
> I installed xinetd and it works fine, but there seems to be a glitch:
> On startup I got a syslogmessage:
> May 23 20:31:06 haitech xinetd: open of /dev/tty failed: No such device or
> May 23 20:31:06 haitech xinetd: Started working: 18 available services
> $ ls -l /dev/tty
> crw-rw-rw- 1 root sys 5, 0 Dec 9 03:08 /dev/tty
> Well, it doen't seem to have any effekt, but I want to fix it anyway.
> xinetd is version 2.1.7-3
> makedev is version 1.6-5
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