RH7.1 question.

Jason L Tibbitts III tibbs at math.uh.edu
Thu May 24 14:27:32 PDT 2001

>>>>> "A" ==   <alvin at Mail.Linux-Consulting.com> writes:

A> turn off all of them thingies.... you have to explicitly say "disable =
A> yes" in each file in /etc/xinetd.d/* to turn that service off

It's probably easier to use chkconfig:

cd /etc/xinetd.d; for i in *; do chkconfig $i off; done

chkconfig --list will show you all of your services (boot-time and
xinetd-based).  I'm very happy that Red Hat moved to xinetd because I can
finally install and remove packages without worrying about things messing
with /etc/inetd.conf.

 - J<

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