Discussion in 'Desktop Operation' started by SawtheLight, Jan 16, 2007.
Then it's inetd I think
Neither inetd or xinetd exists int the /etc/init.d folder, something is definately missing
Then reboot your machine and the altered settings will be taken care of.
Done and tried....????? Maybe a corrupt installaion????
I don't know.. for me it worked perfectly without being required to reboot and stuff..
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