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Solaris and inetd.conf, part 1

Solaris and inetd.conf, part 1

By ServerWatch Staff (Send Email)
Posted Jan 13, 2001


This collection of material has been written to further clarify one of the more mystical configuration files on today's Solaris Operating System. For this example, we make use of the latest distribution of Solaris (at this time, 7). The topics covered are quite familiar to most seasoned administrators, although this publication has been written with administrators from beginning to advanced skill levels in mind. This collection of material has been written to further clarify one of the more mystical configuration files on today's Solaris Operating System. For this example, we make use of the latest distribution of Solaris (at this time, 7). The topics covered are quite familiar to most seasoned administrators, although this publication has been written with administrators from beginning to advanced skill levels in mind.

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