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Section - -43- I've just edited inetd.conf, and nothing changed. Why?

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  You need to make 'inetd' reread inetd.conf. Do 'killall -HUP inetd'.
  If that doesn't work, comment out the entry you modified, 'killall
  -HUP inetd', uncomment the entry and 'killall -HUP inetd' again.  If
  that doesn't work, 'killall -TERM inetd'. If that doesn't work,
  reboot.

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Top Document: SGI admin Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Previous Document: -42- How can I make the 'slip' command advertise the Ethernet address of the SLIP client?
Next Document: -44- Why can't I 'rdist' files between Suns and SGIs?

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