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ProFTPd on Cygwin - “Service Could Not be Started”

When I run net start proftpd I get this output: The Cygwin proftpd service is starting. The Cygwin proftpd service could not be started. The service did not report an error. More help is available ...
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How do I enable rsh in Oracle Linux 7?

I have two systems, a Solaris and an Oracle Linux. I can rsh from OL to Solaris but not from Solaris to OL. I can also ssh from both machines. I was reading this and I tried to create an rsh file in ...
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TFTP: Server Error: (2) Access Violation

I am trying to send a file to TFTP server using below command: tftp -p -l test.txt xx.xx.xx.xx And TFTP usage is: BusyBox v1.13.2 (2011-03-24 18:58:44 CDT) multi-call binary Usage: tftp ...
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I added a simple socket perl server script under Cygwin Xinetd to echo client input but it reads blank instead

I installed a x32 version 1.7.33 of Cygwin on my x64 Windows7 machine. I added a new service under /etc/xinetd.d/ccapi. $ cat ccapi-stream service ccapi { id = ccapi-stream disable = ...
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How can I limit connections from any IPs but localhost using xinetd?

There is a xinetd service. Users connect to it from their workstations. How can I limit them to use only one connection per IP, but keep unlimited connections from localhost? I know there is ...
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how to debug when xinetd says : got signal 17 (child exited)

I am trying to start services vsftpd and sshd using xinetd. my config files are as follows. /etc/xinetd.conf defaults { instances = 60 log_type = FILE ...
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Is it possible to abort ongoing connection using xinetd access_times?

The access_times attribute in xinetd config file allows to limit access times for services. What I want to know is if I have an opened connection (an ssh one) established in allowed time, how to ...
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Get error messages from server

I want to start a service via xinetd but it does not work. That means immediately after starting the service it is stopped again: Sep 23 19:16:39 sektor xinetd[556]: START: service pid=559 ...
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How do I know if the version of Linux as well as distribution of Linux I am running uses xinetd?

Is there a specific file I need to check or is it a process I need to be looking at? If I am running inetd, do I need to disable it and run xinetd instead?
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How to get status information form xinetd

How can I get some status information from xinetd, for example which servers are running/listening, which connections are open at the moment and so on. I found some hints which say "normally every ...
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Real VNC on Ubuntu 10.04 LTS via xinetd

I am trying to get Real VNC server on Ubuntu 10.04 LTS 64 bit. I tried 2 options. First, I got Real VNC free edition and got it working after getting all requires 32 bit libraries, configuration ...
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xinetd server configuration

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 ...
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Xvnc4 started from xinetd only displays empty gray X screen

I'm attempting to setup an Ubuntu 10.10 box so that anyone can connect to port 5900 and be greeted by the gdm login manager. To do so, I added a vnc entry in /etc/services and I am starting Xvnc4 ...
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How to run inetd daemon on Cygwin?

I want to get inetd daemon working on a machine running Cygwin. I know how to do this on Centos 4, but on Cygwin it does not seem to work. Commands I tried are: cygrunsrv -I xinetd -d "Cygwin ...
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xinetd keeps process open when client disconnects

I've asked this question more or less before on stackoverflow and believed it to be solved (hence accepted the answer) but it turns out it wasnt solved. :-( In simple terms, I've written a python ...