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SubjectRe: no inetd.conf file
It is an off-topic subject, because it is not kernel-based problem
look into /etc/xinetd/ and maybe you'll find yourself a response to your
problem.
rohit prasad wrote:
>
> Hi,
>
> I have installed 2.4.7 version of the kernel in my machine.
> I am facing a problem with telnet where all connections are refused.
>
> When I grep for telnetd there is no telnetd running.
> If I try to start it the error reported is ,
>
> "telnetd:getpeername:socket operation on non-socket"
>
> I checked for the inetd.conf file it is not present in the /etc directory.
>
> I want to know does this xinetd.conf file helps or,
> what else could I do to start telnetd.
>
> I have done a "Everything" (All packages) installation of RH7.2 but no inetd.conf
>
> Thanks ,
> Rohit
>
>
>
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