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Re: Error when attempting to start inetd
- From: René Berber <r dot berber at computer dot org>
- To: cygwin at cygwin dot com
- Date: Tue, 14 Aug 2007 15:35:05 -0500
- Subject: Re: Error when attempting to start inetd
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Michael Grand wrote:
> René Berber wrote:
>> What about `inetd --install-as-service`?
> Yes, although possibly not in the version of cygcheck that I attached,
> as I have been through several reinstalls to try and fix this. I have
> attached a new cygcheck result.
>> does `cygrunsrv -Q inetd` or a `cygrunsrv -L` shows the service?
> This is the output I get from those two commands:
> $ cygrunsrv -Q inetd
> Service : inetd
> Display name : CYGWIN inetd
> Current State : Stopped
That's strange, look at what I see :
$ cygrunsrv -Q inetd
Service : inetd
Display name : CYGWIN inetd
Description : inetd
Current State : Running
Controls Accepted : Stop
Command : /usr/sbin/inetd -D
The last line is the important one, if you used --install-as-service it should
appear on your output (and the lack of description is also strange).
> $ cygrunsrv -L
So, its not installed...
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