Hosts.allow and netatalk/cups
rjhjr at cox.net
Tue Jan 11 15:08:42 PST 2005
On Tue, Jan 11, 2005 at 02:31:47AM -0500, Bob Hall wrote:
> Three questions:
> How do I cause changes in the hosts.allow file to take effect without
> rebooting? Everything I've seen says to restart inetd, but I'm not using
I searched with different keywords and found the answer to this in the
archives. Searching the archives, Googling, and experimentation still
haven't turned up an answer to the two below.
> How do I compile netatalk without CUPS? I don't see any obvious
> switches, but there has to be something that tells Make to use CUPS,
> because it gives a message saying that it's checking if CUPS can be
> How do I get netatalk to use the dbd cnid scheme? It ignores the
> path name cnidscheme:dbd
> setting in AppleVolumes.default and the
> - -cnidserver localhost:4700
> setting in afpd.conf. Regardless of what the cnidscheme setting is, it
> announces that's there's no cnid scheme selected and uses the default.
> Bob Hall
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