Re: A question about some network services
You are perfectly right Mark, when commenting out all services that is.
still I prefer to keep it running with a minimum of services enabled.
Mark Drummond skrev:
> It only has it's uses if you are running any services through it. If you
> are going to # out all the services in /etc/inetd.conf, why not just
> shut inetd down alltogether? Seems logical to me.
> Karl Breitner wrote:
> > Hmm, I don't understand this discussion about disabling inetd
> > it has it's uses. Just fire up your favourite text editor pointed at
> > /etc/inetd.conf
> > and insert a hashmark # in front of every line for a service you don't
> > want to provide to the public.
> > Best Rgards
> > /Karl
> > "Noah L. Meyerhans" wrote:
> >>On Fri, Apr 05, 2002 at 04:49:46PM +0200, Juhan Kundla wrote:
> >>>Yikes! I guess, you didn't remove inetd that way, right? But how then?
> >>As root:
> >>/etc/init.d/inetd stop
> >>rm /etc/rc?.d/S??inetd
> >>It will not be started again, but the K??inetd links will still be in
> >>place so the next upgrade won't override your decisions.
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