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where is /etc/inetd.conf in RH7.1

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I cannot find the /etc/inetd.conf in RH7.1, where is it?
Where can I remove unwanted services?
Thanx.
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You'll notice that in /etc there is a new directory called xinetd.d inside this directory you will find a "file per service". For example. The file /etc/xinetd.d/telnet has all the relevant settings for telnet rather than a single inetd.conf which had the settings for all services.

man xinetd for info on configurations.

Hope this helps you
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Thank you
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Hi jnbkze,

there is a questioner waiting for months already,
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