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RE: [SLUG] inetd --> xinetd question
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- Subject: RE: [SLUG] inetd --> xinetd question
- From: "Scott Ragen" <scott@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri Sep 28 11:40:02 2001
Thanks for the reply Andy,
Didn't make a difference, sorry I should have explained myself better.
The port is open, and contact to the program is made, it just crashes out
with a status error.
I have also thoroughly looked through the xinetd.conf man page, just thought
someone might know the problem as I am new to xinetd.
It might not be xinetd, but that's the first place I thought I might look.
> >Hi guys,
> >Recently I upgraded My box from Redhat 6.2 to Redhat 7.1 & the
> new xinetd is
> >there which I am having problems with.
> >What my problem is, is a service I run, which worked on Redhat 6.2 and
> >doesn't on 7.1, which I believe it may be due to xinetd.
> >What I would like to know is if these *inetd configurations
> output the same
> >BBGO stream tcp nowait root /usr/local/bin/inetd_bbgo
> >(file /etc/xinetd.d/BBGO)
> >service BBGO
> > socket_type = stream
> > protocol = tcp
> > user = root
> > server = /usr/local/bin/inetd_bbgo
> > server_args = inetd_bbgo
> > wait = no
> add the line
> disable = no