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Thread: file /etc/inetd.conf in OpenSuse

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    Default file /etc/inetd.conf in OpenSuse

    In other distributions I edited the file / etc / inetd. conf
    But in OpenSuse 13.1 I am not finding this file.
    What is the equivalent, and where I find this file?

    Thanks in advance

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    Default Re: file /etc/inetd.conf in OpenSuse

    You probably do not mean " / etc / inetd. conf", but /etc/inetd.conf (white space is important!)

    openSUSE does not use inetd, but xinetd.

    You can configure it with YaST > Network Services > Network Services (xinetd).

    Or, of course, try to configure yourself in /etc/xinetd.conf (for the defaults) and in the /etc/xinetd.d/ directory (for the individual services).
    Henk van Velden

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