Re: RFC: new update-inetd
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On Mon, 2 Apr 2001, Malcolm Parsons wrote:
>On Mon, Apr 02, 2001 at 03:07:22PM -0600, John Galt wrote:
>> >Well telnetd should be loverd. Just my opinion though. I never use
>> >it on any system personally.
>> But it's replacement (ssh) is not capable of being priority standard in
>It is quite capable of being priority standard in main, in fact it is.
>non-US is still main, and can be legally used by everyone.
No, it's not. non-US/main is still non-US. Look in the Policy Manual
section 2.1.2. The things that provide internet-super-server should all
reside in main, and it's policy (2.1.2 again) that nothing in main should
require dependencies outside main.
The early worm gets the bird.
Who is John Galt? email@example.com, that's who!
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