Re: Configuring xinetd- cannot telnet to self
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>Date: Mon, 10 Nov 1997 00:07:20 -0800
>From: Dan Hugo <email@example.com>
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>Well, it must be late, because I thought this info was there, but I had
>looked in /etc/inetd.conf instead of /etc/xinetd.conf
>Clearly, I missed something during my install a while back...
>Yes, I use the /etc/inetd.conf, xinetd.conf is a package that Debian
>has in the dselect package manager.
>Daniel Martin wrote:
>> On Sun, 9 Nov 1997, Dan Hugo wrote:
>> > So where should I look to solve this?
>> Check you /etc/xinetd.conf and make
>> certain you have the following in it:
>> service telnet
>> socket_type = stream
>> protocol = tcp
>> wait = no
>> user = root
>> server = /usr/sbin/in.telnetd
>> This isn't in the default xinetd.conf, but it was in the xinetd.conf
>> generated by the install script when I asked it to convert my
>I am allmost sure, that inetd.conf is the default, unless you select
>the xinetd.conf from dselect...
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