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Re: intent to package rinetd

Gergely Madarasz wrote:
> > Well, no objections, but we already have the redir package, which seems to
> > do the same thing. However, it seems that rinetd is designed for more heavy
> > duty uses, right?
> Oh, I was not aware of redir. But as you say, it really seems so... only
> one running executable needed for multiple connections.

You can also use the "socket" package for that job. But you're right
rinetd is designed for heavy duty use. IIRC there is a redir or socket
process for every connection (because it is started via inetd). rinetd
seems to handle all connections from one process.



Peter Tobias <tobias@et-inf.fho-emden.de> <tobias@debian.org> <tobias@linux.de>
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