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Re: inetd doesn't work until stopped and restarted

On Tue, Jun 06, 2000 at 08:23:00PM -0400, Charles Wilson wrote:
>This probably has to do with the order in which Windows System services
>are started. e.g. if inetd depends on, say, 'windows socket services'(*)
>then if inetd is started at bootup *before* WSS, it'll fail. However,
>once the machine is running, then you can restart inetd and it'll work
>because WSS is up.
>I seem to remember some article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base about
>this, and how to resolve it -- but no specifics. Hunt around at
>(*) 'WSS' is an imaginary service I made up. But you get the idea.

I've reinstalled my entire system twice and I still can't find this
WSS system that you say should be there.  Should I just type:

      mkdir WSS

to implement it?

I'm running Windows 96 with Internet Explorer 2.7 if that helps.

I'm pretty sure that WSS used to work fine on both linux and B20.1.

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