question about uucp service and /etc/inetd.conf file
I just found out about /etc/inetd.conf file, as I was trying to get my
talk deamon going. One thing is not clear to me:
Couple of months ago I used uucp. I accessed my new headless solaris box from
my linux box through the serial port to configure the solaris' video card, using uucp protocol.
But now I look at my /etc/inetd.conf file and I see that uucp line had been COMMENTED all the time. Meaning my uucp service was disabled.
I know for a fact that this wasn't true, cause I used uucp. What gives?
Services such as ssh, http, smtp are not mentioned in inetd.conf. What file is responsible for starting these up?