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Old 07-14-2004, 02:45 AM   #1
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ined.conf ?

Hi ,

I use RH. i read that from inted.conf I can disable started services.

I tried to look for this file but I didnt found it .... where is it on the system?

and what is the diffarence between inted and xinted ?

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Modern Red Hats use xinetd, not inetd. The xinetd configuration directory is in /etc/xinetd.d -- each service has its own file in that directory.


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