Re: Listening Ports
On Mon, Sep 10, 2001 at 10:22:49AM +0200, Alexander Reelsen wrote:
> On Sun, Sep 09, 2001 at 06:31:57PM -0400, hpknight wrote:
> inetd also has this feature (not very well documented).
> use service@ip in inetd.conf in order to use that feature.
> xinetd is nicer, anyway :-)
I went on an tried this:
firstname.lastname@example.org stream tcp nowait root internal
email@example.com dgram udp wait root internal
and this showed up:
Sep 12 20:25:45 templar inetd: internal service firstname.lastname@example.org
So I'm not really sure that does work on inetd.
(running Debian 2.2 with netbase 3.18-4)
> Alexander Reelsen http://joker.rhwd.de
> email@example.com GnuPG: pub 1024D/F0D7313C sub 2048g/6AA2EDDB
> firstname.lastname@example.org 7D44 F4E3 1993 FDDF 552E 7C88 EE9C CBD1 F0D7 313C
> Securing Debian: http://joker.rhwd.de/doc/Securing-Debian-HOWTO
Could you please take a look at
I have update the Securing-Debian-howto, fixed some stuff, added
some new information, but all the mails sent to ar@joker have bounced. I
am currently integrating other suggestions/additions given by some other
people, but please note that I'm currently working based on version 1.7 so
1.8 should be coming soon.
I will modify the document since your mail was bouncing and I
removed it in order to avoid confusion. Please get in touch with me (off
the list) in order to coordinate document changes .