Re: Where is xinetd in F8 ?

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Rex & Mauriat,

> > What seems to have happened to xinetd in F8 ? 
> [xinetd]'s just not installed by default (anymore).  If you want/need it,
> install it:
> yum install xinetd

Thanks, I have done that and started it.  How do I get it to automatically
run from any reboot?


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