Re: inetd not being run at startup
> > Aha, sure enough, only rc0.d and rc6.d have a file K20inetd I assume I
> > can fix this by typing update-rc.d inetd defaults Someone please let
> > me know if it would be a mistake to do so. Also, I noticed that there
> > were several other files missing besides inetd, such as: cron,
> > kerneld, ppp, hwclock.sh, etc-setserial, hotplug, urandom, networking,
> > umountfs, and halt. Should I also try to type 'update-rc.d NAME
> > defaults' for them?
update-rc.d can be slightly arcane to use until you get the hang of its
syntax. Even now I stuff it up ;-)
However, one thing that I always remember is:
update-rc.d -f servicename remove
...this removes said service from all the runlevels. I remember this
because I'm always getting things in the wrong place [the best one is to
put portmap AFTER nfs-kernel-server, or network after nfs-kernel-server.
update-rc.d inetd defaults
...should work for you.
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