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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.


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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