Thu, 30 May 2002 13:29:25 +0200
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> I used the example shown for inetd.conf using tcpd directly, but it
> did not work because tcpd expected to find saned in /usr/sbin, while
> it was installed in /usr/local/sbin.
> I'd suggest to change the example for this case to reflect this by
> using the full pathname for saned.
Since the xinetd example contains the full pathname i think we can do
the same for the inetd example. However, the location of the tcpd binary
is fixed in the man-page. Can we assume ppl are smart enough to know
where their tcpd is installed to?
I think yes. If nobody objects I'd change this in the man-page tommorow.
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