RE: inetd startup warns portmapper not running?
Explain to me again how dpkg is going to tell me what package a binary
that's not installed on the system is part of, eh?
I KNOW what it's part of. It's part of netkit-rpc. WHY doesn't
netkit-inetd depend on that?
From: Wayne Topa [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Wednesday, November 08, 2000 10:15 PM
Subject: Re: inetd startup warns portmapper not running?
Subject: RE: inetd startup warns portmapper not running?
Date: Wed, Nov 08, 2000 at 06:52:11PM -0800
In reply to:Marc Wilson
Quoting Marc Wilson(email@example.com):
> Here's a question for you... which package owns /usr/bin/rcpinfo on your
> box? A Woody install of mine doesn't have it, despite having netkit-inetd
> installed. Now, inetd's init, installed from this package, depends on
> executable, but there's no dependency to ensure that it gets installed.
dpkg -S `which rpcinfo`
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