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Yes, it is on in 3/4/5 and there is an entry in that log saying it succeded, as it also shows on the screen. This is the stock xinetd.
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From: "Ryan W. Maple" <firstname.lastname@example.org> Reply-To: email@example.com To: firstname.lastname@example.org
Subject: Re: Problem with xinetd starting up Date: Wed, 30 May 2001 16:52:31 -0400 (EDT)
After you reboot, do you see anything in /var/log/boot.log saying xinetd even tried to startup?
Do a /sbin/chkconfig --list and make sure that xinetd has "3:on" and not "3:off".
Also, is this the stock xinetd or the one in /pub/people/ryan?
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On Wed, 30 May 2001, Bryon Hargis wrote:
> Ok, heres the deal. I added xinetd using
> chkconfig --add xinetd
> so that it would start automatically when it loaded
> This started up xinetd fine for a while, but then I messed with tripwire.
> At that point, my webmail stopped working. After hours of work, I found
> that even though it said it was succesful in startup, my webmail will not
> work unless I go in after everything has started up, and type
> /etc/init.d/xinetd restart
> At that point, webmail will work fine. I have tried removing xinetd from
> the startup, rebooting without it, then adding it, then rebooting again
> see if adding it again after being bootup once without it would fix
> something. It did not. TO get webmail to work, I have to manually
> xinetd after the computer boots up, even though it says its already
> All I can think of, is its starting before something else that it wants
> have already running. Is there a way to push it to the end of the
> sequence. Right now it happens in the middle of runlevel 3. Also, this
> problem only occurs in secure mode, in standard mode, it works fine after
> booting up, with no problems.