Re: inetd.conf

From: Mark Newby (
Date: 05/15/02

From: Mark Newby <>
Date: Wed, 15 May 2002 14:53:14 +0100

Jason wrote:
> Hi,
> Where does redhat 7.2 put inetd.conf?
> Thanks.
> Jason

maybe try some of these commands:

$ locate inetd.conf

$ find / -type f -name '*inetd.conf*'

$ rpm -qa | grep inet

$ rpm -ql xinetd

you'll realise it doesn't use inetd, instead it uses the successor xinetd.


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