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Re: [vox-tech] Setting up an ftp server
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Re: [vox-tech] Setting up an ftp server



It's probably in /etc/xinetd.d if it follows the same directory structure 
as RH8.0.

Look up the man page for xinetd.  Each service now has its own 
configuration file.

HTH, FL

On Wed, 21 May 2003, Wojciech Komornicki wrote:

> I am running RedHat Linux 9.0 on a laptop.  I would like to enable ftp
> access to the laptop.  When I try to ftp to the Linux box I get  
>    421 Service not available, remote server has closed connection
> and the ftp session is closed.  I am not looking to install anonymous ftp.
> 
> I run Digital UNIX on my desktop workstation and there I have a file
>      inetd.conf
> in which is recorded how to start up the ftp daemon.  Is there such a
> configuration file.  The man page for /etc/services mentions inetd.conf
> but the man page for inetd.conf is not installed on my machine and
> neither is the file.
> 
> Thanks
> --
> Wojciech Komornicki

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