Simple Questions...Hopfully Simple Answers.
I was wondering about xinetd and chkconfig.
My first series of questions: How many major distros (Slack, RedHat, ManDrake, SuSE, etc) use xinetd as apposed to inetd? Is it related to the kernel version or is it specifc to a distro? I know Slack running kernel 2.4 uses inetd, but does a Slack running 2.6 run xinetd?
Second series: If a system is running xinetd would it also have the "chkconfig" command available? Or is that just a RedHat/Fedora thing?
Thanks in advance.