Re: xinetd not starting -- where is rpc.portmap?
On Tue, Jan 13, 1998 at 01:17:27PM -0500, debian mail recipient wrote:
> I've had a problem telnet-ing to my machine recently, and the reason is
> because xinetd is not starting. This is because the startup script (S20xinetd)
> checks for a file called "/usr/sbin/rpc.portmap" and, as it is not on my system,
> causes the startup script to exit:
> --- CONTENTS (PARTIAL) OF "bo/Contents-i386" ---
> usr/sbin/rmt utils/cpio
Thanks for the partial include - I have a feeling that it a *pretty large*
If you have a look at the startup script, you will see that it is a symlink
to /etc/init.d/xinetd ?
wyvern:~$ dpkg -S rpc.portmap
dpkg: *rpc.portmap* not found.
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wyvern:~$ dpkg -S portmap
So it looks like it has changed it's name to portmap. Is this the latest
xinetd package you have - if so then it looks like a bug report may be needed!
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