inetd

Q. How to tell if my Linux server is using xinetd or inetd service?

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Q. How do I kill a process called inetd or foo and restart the same so that configuration file get updated? A. Both UNIX and Linux supports POSIX reliable signals and POSIX real-time signals. Each signal has a current disposition, which determines how the process behaves when it is delivered the signal. Generally following command […]

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tcpd is use to access control facility for internet services. The tcpd program can be set up to monitor incoming requests for telnet, finger, ftp, exec, rsh, rlogin, tftp, sshd and other services that have a one-to-one mapping onto executable files. Your sshd server must be configuring (compiled with) to support tcpd. You can find […]

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