Re: fixhrefgz unnecessary when fixing web-browsers in the correct wayR
>>>>> Bruce Perens writes:
KMH> think it should also be able to be run from `xinetd', so when
KMH> it's not being used, it's not taking up space in the ps
KMH> table, and _also_ so that access control can be implemented
KMH> by system adminixtrators who don't want anyone outside their
KMH> realm reading manuals. :)
Bruce> Sure, but let's make it work from inetd as well as
They are compatible, and do essentially the same thing. The `x' is
for `extra', not `X-Windows'.
`xinetd' by itself does the jobs of `inetd' and the tcpwrapper
deamon. (tcpd). It has many more options, better logging, and a
different configuration file format. I really like it.
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