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Re: restarting inetd

A long time ago, in a galaxy far, far way, someone said...

> Hello,
> I am a former redhat, turned debian user, and was wondering if someone
> could inform me how to restart inetd... I am so used to redhat's
> /etc/rc.d/init.d/ scripts, that I've never started/stoped/restarted
> services any other way.  By reading the inetd man page, I know you have
> to send it a SIGHUP, but I don't know the exact command.  Could someone
> please help me out?

A good, Linux-generic way I like to use is 'killall -HUP inetd'.  The
Debian-specific way is '/etc/init.d/netbase restart'.

Incidentally, Debian's equivalent to Redhat's /etc/rc.d/init.d is

Phil Brutsche					pbrutsch@creighton.edu

"There are two things that are infinite; Human stupidity and the
universe. And I'm not sure about the universe." - Albert Einstein

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