xinetd is a daemon that manages internet services for Unix-like systems. It is a replacement for the inetd daemon, with access control, rate limiting, and extended logging features.

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Starting FTP with xinetd

I'm using GNU's Inetutils FTP and have gotten it all set up except it does not automatically start when I turn on my system. In order to get it to work I have to start the standalone using "ftpd -D". ...
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TFTP times out in CentOS 7

I have an isolated server that telnets into the single device on its network and loads a file to it using the telnet command load. I am trying to recreate the functionality on another PC. The old ...
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TFTP isn't listening the defined port when started using a xinetd rule

I am following this tutorial to work with tftp: First, I install all the necessary packages: sudo apt-get install xinetd tftpd tftp -y Next, create a configuration file: sudo nano ...
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Is Super server (inted / xinetd/… ) comes with Ubuntu default?

Few days back I learn about super server in networking. Then I looked for /etc/inetd.conf and /etc/xinetd.d and found neither of them in Ubuntu. Note: I know only these two types of super server ...
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Running xinetd and httpd on centos 6

We are running several centos 6.4 lamp stacks, and our backup solution (unitrends) has a client that requires xinetd. Can these two coexist on the same server? If so, is there any secret handshake I ...
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Inetd and Xinetd: which is running?

I'm studying for the first LPIC exam. In a quiz, I've found this question: How can you tell whether your system is using inetd or xinetd as a super server? And the right answer should be: ...
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Telnet no echo output from xinetd script

I have have installed xinetd, and I wrote a script: #!/bin/bash echo "Some text" touch /home/somefile I made a service configuration under /etc/xinetd.d/ and basically it works when I connect to ...
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xinetd apache2-proxy service unavailable

I'm using the filesharing service F*EX F*EX . If I run the service without a proxy I can reach it and it works. The service is controlled by xinetd. Now a apache2 is configured to run as proxy and a ...
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xinetd cannot launch lighttpd

I want to launch lighttpd when someone tries to connect to port 80. I started with a simple test script to see if anything was working: /etc/xinetd.d/www service www { disable = no ...
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hosts.allow: %u not working (log username)

I need to keep track of all SSH connections on my server. In my /etc/hosts.allow I have something like this: sshd: ALL : spawn ( echo "`date` from %u %a " >> /var/log/ssh/%d.log ) & where ...
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Cannot create new service with xinetd in RHEL6

I've installed the Nagios on My RHEL 6.4(x64) machine. and i added one more module name called "NSCA" for some central monitoring solution.so the setup required add NSCA service detail under xinetd. ...
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How can I add PAM functionality in netkit-rsh-0.17

I am using CentOS. In my project, that is working on a network, I need an rsh utility. I downloaded netkit-rsh-0.17 for that and until recently all worked fine. But now I found that this utility ...
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Cannot get TFTP server working on Ubuntu using xinetd [closed]

I am trying to get a very simple tftp server working. I followed the guides at several websites, including how-to-setup-tftp-on-ubuntu and installing-and-testing-tftpd-in-ubuntudebian, but I haven't ...
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Is there any way to set Mac OS X to use xinetd instead of launchd?

Can Mac OS X run xinetd instead of launchd and if so, how do you do it?
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Is xinetd still the best method to let non root daemons listen on privileged ports?

When I need to use SNMP monitoring for java applications, there is the need to that application (usually ran as daemon user) to listen on snmp port. If there is no other alternative, of course I can ...
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Setting nice and ionice for rsync via xinetd

I am attempting to set nice and ionice for rsync via xinetd. I am running Fedora 16. The reason I would like to use these values is to reduce the rsync process to an idle state so other processes run ...
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Configuring OpenSuSE's xinetd

I need to run approx, a package proxy for Debian / Ubuntu packages, on an OpenSuSE box. Until now, I converted the installation package from .deb to .rpm using alien. Installing the resulting .rpm ...