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glock19 06-26-2002 04:05 PM

slack8.1 install, no inetd found
After installing slackware 8.1, when the system starts I get the following message during startup:


WARNING: /usr/sbin/inetd not found.
I installed slack with the a, ap, d, and n categories. And, I chose an expert installation and de-selected the invdividual packages within each category that I thought I didn't need.

Well, I'm guessing that I de-selected a package that installs inetd. So, I would like to know which package includes inetd. I looked on the slack website, but I didn't find this information.

Any help would be appreciated thanks.

treebeard 06-26-2002 04:45 PM

that's easy:)
find /mnt/cdrom/slakware -name '*.tgz' | \
while read f; do
if tar -ztf $f | grep /sbin/inetd; then
echo $f

i dont have slackware 8.1 yet, i hope there still is a directory called slakware on it, as in 8.0...

treebeard 06-26-2002 05:05 PM

small mistake.. put /usr/sbin/inetd instead of /sbin/inetd..

anyway, for slackware 8.0, the answer is n1/tcp1.tgz.

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