Question on inetd.conf
washville2003 at yahoo.com
Mon Apr 26 14:56:20 PDT 2004
ps -aux | grep inetd
kill -HUP process-id
( process-id is the number which is in the second column of the previous output )
Jason Williams <jwilliams at courtesymortgage.com> wrote:
Just a quick question regarding inetd.conf...
How do you restart inetd.conf after you make a change, without rebooting?
For instance, I installed qpopper and added the line to /etc/inetd.conf,
but in order for it to take affect, inetd.conf needs to be reloaded.
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