jafo at tummy.com
Mon Oct 2 19:58:35 MDT 2000
On Mon, Oct 02, 2000 at 07:43:53PM -0600, Deva Samartha wrote:
>/etc/services has the binaries and the port numbers,
/etc/services has a mapping of service names to port numbers. This has
nothing to do with binaries, and most of them are (hopefully) not actually
running on your machine.
>/etc/inedt.conf too - kinda
inetd.conf has a list of programs that are spawned from inetd. For example,
in my example the smtp server wouldn't be listed there because it's a
stand-alone daemon and is not run by inetd.
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