xinetd and acedb

Ed Griffiths edgrif at sanger.ac.uk
Wed Jul 25 07:15:30 EST 2001


François,

I should also have said that as a stop gap until I get a chance to sort out the
server running under xinetd, it is perfectly possible to download/install the
original inetd for Redhat 7 and run that in parallel with xinetd. If you do this
you should comment out all the services from /etc/inetd.conf except the
aceserver so that you don't get clashes with xinetd.

Kemin Zhou <kzhou at molsci.org> kindly provided this little recipe:

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Hi Ed,
A simple solution to xinetd is to reinstall inetd under the newer linux
operating system.  Everything is working fine.

Here is the detail:
get inetd.rpm
type rpm -i inetd.rpm
comment out all services
add the saceserver to /etc/services and /etc/inetd.conf
restart inetd by goint to rc.d/init.d/ type inet start

Kemin
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cheers Ed

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