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Re: [leafnode-list] Pointer

On Saturday 07 June 2003 00:17, Colonel Sam Flagg, U.S. Army Intelligence 
(ret) wrote:
> Hello folks.
> I can get fetchnews to work, grabbing headers, etc. I can start leafnode
> and interact with it at the command line. What I can't do is get it to
> listen on port 119 for incoming connection. netstat -an doesn't show
> anything listening on 119. The interacting via the command line doesn't
> allow me to see the list that fetchnews grabbed.
> Using FreeBSD 4.7-RELEASE-p10
> Doing this previously with an older version on Redhat, I had no problems
> what so ever.
> So I am in need of a pointer.
> I have a feeling that starting it by hand from CLI isn't the answer to
> getting it to listen on 119 (just wanted to do it as a test to make sure
> things are working).
> I'm just missing something easy, I know it...

You tell inetd or xinetd to listen on port 119 and start leafnode when 
something connects.

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