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Re: telnetd need inetd??
Ah, xinetd is a modularized replacement for inetd. Given a choice
between running xinetd and inetd, I'd take xinetd anyday.
So, you need to modify the /etc/xinet.d/telnet file to be appropriate
for the heimdal telnetd.
On 6/30/08 10:32 AM, 王玥 wrote:
> Thank you for your answers.
> I have xintd instead of intd in FC8.And I found a
> document said that I need intd to run telnetd(or ftpd
> and so on).
> Since the heimdal manual said that the service program
> should be kerberosized(because the service program
> must call the heimdal or MIT's API??), so i don't know
> the telnetd in the /libexec/ of heimdal need inted or
> xinted in FC8? Or both of intd and xintd will be OK?
> --- "Brandon S. Allbery KF8NH" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>> On 2008 Jun 30, at 4:12, <email@example.com>
>>> When I try to run telnetd ,it tell me
>> "getpeername: Socket operation
>>> non-socket" and exited.
>>> Does that mean I need inetd to run telnetd? Or can
>> I run telnetd
>>> alone and how
>>> to do it.
>>> Maybe a silly question, but I didn't find any
>> useful imformation for
>>> how to run
>>> a kerberosized server program.
>>> Thank you very much!
>>> PS:1,My OS now didn't have inetd yet.
>>> 2,when I run rshd or ftpd, it quit and the
>> "-d" parameter
>>> doesn't tell me
>>> anything. Does rshd and ftpd also need inetd?
>> Most Unix services, including telnetd, ftpd, rshd,
>> run under inetd (or
>> alternative: xinetd, launchd, upstart). Your
>> distribution may not
>> load an inetd by default, but it will have a package
>> for one in the
>> installation medium (probably xinetd for Fedora).
>> brandon s. allbery
>> system administrator [openafs,heimdal,too many hats]
>> electrical and computer engineering, carnegie mellon
>> university KF8NH
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