Server :: /etc/xinetd.conf Vs /etc/xinetd.d

Apr 24, 2009

I installed Subversion and xinetd and added Subversion as a service to xinetd.conf as instructed at http://www.codeandcoffee.com/2007/06...rver-on-linux/

I restarted the xinetd service using /sbin/service. however, Subversion does not end up being listed in /etc/xinetd.d nor does it seem to be running and occupying the port altogether.

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General :: Remove Xinetd.conf ?

Dec 18, 2010

I have simpe question about xinetd what happen to my system if i remove xinetd.conf what can i do to dont allow anyone delete xinetd.conf.

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Aug 3, 2011

I would like some quick pointers to understanding service-daemon controlling and etc/initd.conf or /etc/xinetd.conf, if you prefer. read, a while back, I should be using...

[bash]# service "srv-dmon" start/stop/status/restart/reload/etc
and to stop using...
[bash]# /etc/init.d/"srv-dmon" start/stop/status/restart/panic/save/etc

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General :: Is There A Xinetd.conf Alternative For Ubuntu

Feb 10, 2010

I want to look into disabling things like chargen, chargen-udp, daytime, daytime-udp, echo etc...I have found a manual at:which points me towards the xinetd.conf file. I cant seem to find it, im using ubuntu 8.10 LTS. Should I be looking else where?

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CentOS 5 :: Cannot Find Xinetd.conf In CentOS5.4?

Nov 18, 2009

I can not find xinetd.conf on my server (CentOS 5.4 operation system).

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General :: RHEL5: Includedir Option In /etc/xinetd.conf Does Not Take Effect?

Mar 1, 2010

When I was configure xinetd service I tried to modify the includedir option in /etc/xinetd.conf to another directory. For example:

defaults
{
}

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General :: To Xinetd Or Not To Xinetd ?

Jul 21, 2009

I've been reading the RUTE Linux book and they recommend the use of xinetd to run services. However, this book is already a bit outdated, and I was wondering whether this still applies to today's circumstances?

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Fedora Security :: Invalid XINETD_CONF_PATH Configuration Option - Non-existent Pathname Specified: /etc/xinetd.conf?

Mar 24, 2010

I'm just trying to figure out what is going on with FC12
Here is the error:

[root@localhost bigmac]# rkhunter --check
Invalid XINETD_CONF_PATH configuration option - non-existent pathname specified: /etc/xinetd.conf

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Server :: Run /usr/bin/foo Through Xinetd ?

Apr 28, 2009

If i run /usr/bin/foo through xinetd and have /etc/xinetd.d/foo conf file something like:

1 service foo
2 {
3 port = 3691
4 socket_type = stream
5 protocol = tcp
6 wait = no
7 user = www-data
8 server = /usr/bin/foo
9 server_args = -x
10 }

Is /usr/bin/foo supposed to be listed in the list of all processes on that machine (ps aux)? i added the conf file, bouced xinetd daemon via /sbin/service, yet foo does not seem to be running. the xinetd doc online seems pretty incomplete.

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Networking :: Trying To Launch A C-server Using Xinetd

Jun 26, 2011

I have a small stats program that I am using to get some sys stats. I am trying to launch this program on a particular port, using the xinetd system deamon. Here is what I am doing ...

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Red Hat / Fedora :: Configure SNMP Server Using XINETD?

Jan 26, 2011

I am trying to configure SNMP server using xinetd on red hat. I am using non-standard port for it. My connection to server fails. I see the following log messages in /var/log:

Jan 26 17:23:31 [userid] xinetd[15023]: START: my-snmp pid=15047 from=192.128.11.21
Jan 26 17:23:31 [userid] xinetd[15023]: EXIT: my-snmp status=1 pid=15047 duration=0(sec)
Jan 26 17:23:32 [userid] xinetd[15023]: START: my-snmp pid=15050 from=192.128.11.21
Jan 26 17:23:32 [userid] xinetd[15023]: EXIT: my-snmp status=1 pid=15050 duration=0(sec)

can anybody help to point out what is wrong in my config?

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Server :: VNC Over Xinetd Doesn't Starts Vncserver

Nov 26, 2010

in Debian Lenny, using TightVNC 1.3.9 I can setup a VNC server manually by using

Code:
vncserver -query localhost -once -geometry 1024x768 -depth 16 :1

But then, as I have read is a better option, I use xinetd with the following configuration:

Code:
service vnc-1024x768x16
{
protocol = tcp
socket_type = stream
wait = no

[Code].....

In fact, I was considering that the problem was with xinetd, but I have other services setted up with it (telnet & ftp for example) and I can use them correctly.

So now I'm lost with this, what else am I not considering with VNC service through xinetd? Where can I find logs or useful information to get a clue about this problems?

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CentOS 5 Server :: No Xinetd Installed By Default?

Jul 18, 2009

yesterday I installed my first CentOS system. Before I was always using Debian for my servers. When I configured my vsftpd I was just wondering how to setup xinetd or inetd for listening on ports and starting vsftpd. I found /etc/xinetd.d. But there is no xinetd installed by default. Why? Shall I start all my services in standalone mode? What is the concept of CentOS in this issue?

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General :: Xinetd Server Configuration - Infinite Loop?

Apr 14, 2011

I have a java server console program that I have configured xinetd to start when connection comes in on a given port and then the program runs in an infinite loop receiving inputstream from telephone exchanges. The thing is, when a new chunk of stream comes from the exchange xinetd forks a new process each time. I tried setting the wait parameter to yes and restarted the deamon, but no success. How can I stop this behavior and have the deamon just direct the stream to the process already running? Am I missing something in my config or is it just incorrect?

My config is as follow:
defaults
{
instances = 60
log_type = SYSLOG authpriv
log_on_success = HOST PID
log_on_failure = HOST
cps = 50 10
}
includedir /etc/xinetd.d

And then my actual config,
service aos_larmar
{
socket_type = stream
protocol = tcp
user = root
type = UNLISTED
wait = yes
instances = 256
server = /home/gunnl/java/start.sh
port = 5204
disable = no
}

My server OS is, Red Hat Enterprise Linux ES release 4 (Nahant Update 7)

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Server :: Configure Fakemail To Startup As Xinetd Service?

Feb 2, 2010

I found a way to capture emails sent from my Drupal installation, and Fakemail seems simple enough. I can follow the tutorial. Since the application Fakemail needs to be running to capture the outgoing emails, it seems like a good candidate for xinetd, yes? I've found a simple config tutorial describing starting the service and what the parameters are for the service-specific configuration files. This got me this far,

Code:

# default: on
# description: This is a script to start the Sandbox app "fakemail"
service fakemail

[code]....

But the service is not starting up. Will someone help me with this config file? Or, recommend another application which uses a similar configuration like Sendmail so I can copy this The Fakemail application/service is started from command line like so,

# fakemail.py --host=localhost --port=10025 --path=[path_to_email_textfile]

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Server :: Configure Fakemail To Start Up As Xinetd Service?

Aug 3, 2011

I found a way to capture emails sent from my Drupal installation, and Fakemail seems simple enough.

I can follow the tutorial. Since the application Fakemail needs to be running to capture the outgoing emails, it seems like a good candidate for xinetd, yes?

I've found a simple config tutorial describing starting the service and what the parameters are for the service-specific configuration files. This got me this far,

Code:
# default: on
# description: This is a script to start the Sandbox app "fakemail"
service fakemail
{

[Code]....

But the service is not starting up.

Or, recommend another application which uses a similar configuration like Sendmail so I can copy this

The Fakemail application/service is started from command line like so,
# fakemail.py --host=localhost --port=10025 --path=[path_to_email_textfile]

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Server :: Set Time Limit For A Service Managed By Xinetd?

Aug 13, 2010

Is there a way to limit the time an instance of a service can run? For example, I want to limit all telnet sessions to 30 mins. Users will be automatically logged out after 30 mins.

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OpenSUSE Network :: Bootpd+xinetd Setup - Server Is Not Responding To Requests?

Jan 6, 2010

I have installed bootpd-dd2 and enabled and configured it with xinetd. 1. Made sure that their is a bootptab file and it is configured. 2. Tested the bootpd is working by runing the command /usr/sbin/bootptest cmdbfs .3. tail -f the /var/log/messages and saw the requests from the test.4. rebooted a machine that is configured to pxe boot.there is no messages by bootpd when a request is made.request is picked up by network monitor on a seperate computer on the proper udp port

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CentOS 5 Server :: LDAP Client - Nss_ldap: - Authenticate SSH And Sudo And Not Services Like Httpd - Nrpe - Xinetd

Aug 9, 2011

When ever I have an issue with our LDAP server (which I was able to fix) we see the following errors in /var/log/messages and it causes problems with our services running on that box, e.g. httpd, nrpe, xinetd, etc. Aug 8 17:44:42 hostname httpd: nss_ldap: failed to bind to LDAP server ldap://serveraddress/: Can't contact LDAP server Aug 8 17:44:42 hostname httpd: nss_ldap: reconnecting to LDAP server (sleeping 64 seconds)... I am only wanting to authenticate SSH and Sudo and not services like httpd, nrpe, xinetd etc.

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General :: Ssh Not Working Under Xinetd?

Apr 15, 2011

I'm trying to restrict ssh connection using xinetd , so my xinetd configuration files are :
/etc/xinetd.conf

Code:
defaults
{

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General :: Xinetd And Trying To Get R-1 To Work ?

Jul 8, 2009

I am really not very experienced with linux and have only just started working off the command line in windows as well.

I know the basics but I am trying to install R-1 and I was having a lot of difficulties and figured out that it was that xinetd was not running.

So I tried to run it service xinetd start and it said unecognized service so then I installed xinetd and there was already a xinetd.d directory with all of the processes i needed with the .conf file but so when i run xinetd -d

Code:

My xinetd.conf file looks like this:

Code:

# All service files are stored in the /etc/xinetd.d directory
#
includedir /etc/xinetd.d
# End /etc/xinetd
EOF

This is what one of the files in xinetd.d looks like

Code:

I need to get xinetd running so that i can finish installing R-1.

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Programming :: Pixelserv With Xinetd ?

Oct 22, 2009

http://www.pastebin.org/47041. pixelserv is a http-daemon which returns a pixel for every http-request. It was originally written in perl [url], but this is a tad too heavy for a small linux device like a DD-WRT router [url].

I was able to compile it and it runs fine standalone, but I want to run it under xinetd using this configuration-file.

Code:

When I do a "wget [url]" from the console of that router it will fail with this in /var/log/messages

Code:

It seems it's incompatible with xinetd, but I lack the knowledge and experience to modify this. A whole community will be grateful if someone is able to make this runable under xinetd.

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General :: Xinetd - Unrecognized Service

May 21, 2010

I've already installed centos 5.5 and checked the xinetd services using the command : service xinetd status and the reply is xinetd: unrecognized service.

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General :: Use YUM To Install E.g. Xinetd On A RHEL 4?

Jun 1, 2011

i got another question, can i use YUM to install e.g. xinetd on a RHEL 4? or does RHEL4 have another command like YUM?

Code:
$ yum install xinetd
-bash: yum: command not found

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Ubuntu :: Configure Xinetd For Logging ?

Jan 6, 2011

How to configure xinetd for logging , so that it can log all incoming connections by IP address , TCP port and name of service ?

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Fedora Security :: Xinetd And Bash Scripts - No Need For SSL

Jul 14, 2009

I've recently setup a simple service application using xinetd, which runs a bash script to allow users to check for specific events into a log file. The contents of this logfile is not sensitive, so no need for SSL or password protection. Though, my concern about it is the possibility of a malicious request to cause execution of arbitrary code. I've seen similar bash issues discussed briefly a couple times, but never actually seen any solid point of how much of this is a fact, or myth. I've tested some obvious things, like sending tricky characters into the request, but so far it looks ok. So my question here is, considering the following code below, would be possible for an attacker to exploit it? How safe it is to have this sort of application running as a service?

# /etc/xinetd.conf
Code:
service logfile-search {
server= /home/guest/logfile-search.bash
socket_type= stream
wait= no
instances= 5
per_source= 1
user= guest
nice= 15
log_type= FILE /home/guest/logfile-search.bash.access.log
log_on_success= HOST DURATION EXIT
log_on_failure= HOST
}
# /etc/services

Code:
logfile-search30000/tcp
# /home/guest/logfile-search.bash

Code:
#!/bin/bash
trap "" 2 3 24
echo -n "Enter search string: " ; read -t 120
if [ "$REPLY" ]; then
echo "`date` - $REMOTE_HOST - $REPLY" >>/home/guest/logfile-search.bash.search.log
grep -i "$REPLY" /home/guest/logfile.txt
fi
exit

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Fedora Networking :: Cant Find Services Xinetd & Others?

Aug 15, 2009

i am working with fedora 9 i need to turn on services such as telnet,ftp,dns,nfs,dhcp etc. but the problem is i dont even find xinetd based service when i am giving this command

Code:
#chkconfig --list|more
nd some command is not working for me as well like

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Ubuntu Servers :: Use Xinetd To Start Svnserve?

Jan 30, 2011

I am trying to run svnserve on startup on an Ubuntu Server 10.04 machine using xinetd

My repositories are at /home/svn, so the directory should be the same as in the example. Following the example, the owner should be www-data, I assume. (Is that right?) I've also tried the admin user account as as the svnowner (the one used to set the svnserver up).

I've never done any shell scripting, so I tried xinetd instead of using the startup script. But if I don't get any feedback for using xinetd that will be my next course of option.

For reference, the link above suggests adding

Code:
svn stream tcp nowait svnowner /usr/bin/svnserve svnserve -i -r /home/svn

to the /etc/inetd.conf file, replacing svnowner and /home/svn to the appropriate values (although I'm not 100% sure what those should be). I assume since I did a chown on the repo to www-data that www-data is the owner I need to put in that line, but it doesn't work.

It's just annoying to have to ssh in and type

Code:
svnserve -d --foreground -r /home/svn

every time I reboot.

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Red Hat / Fedora :: Installing Cvs - Xinetd - Command Not Found

Mar 12, 2010

I am new to Linux i am installing cvs in it.

I am facing the below problem:sudo /etc/init.d/xinetd reload sudo: /etc/init.d/xinetd: command not found. /etc/init.d/xinetd restart /etc/init.d/xinetd stop.

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Jun 10, 2011

I have nagios/nrpe installed on a client and for some reason, the xinetd service is running/checking every minute. The log is just getting larger by the minute with the start and exit of xinetd.

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