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INETD2RLINETD

INETD2RLINETD

Section: rlinetd (8) Updated: February 21st, 2009
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NAME

inetd2rlinetd - configuration file converter  

SYNOPSIS

inetd2rlinetd [--force-overwrite] [--print-file-names] [-f file] [-l entry] [directory]  

DESCRIPTION

inetd2rlinetd is a script to convert typical inetd.conf(5) style configuration files to rlinetd.conf(5) style configuration files.  

OPTIONS

-f file
File in inetd.conf(5) format which will be converted. Default in stdin.
-l entry
A line from inetd.conf(5) format. Only that line will be converted. On Debian systems, this option is used internally by the update-inetd(8) command.
directory
Output files directory. Default is /etc/rlinetd.d.
--force-overwrite
Forces overwriting existing files with new version.
--print-file-names
Prints to standard output list of generated files.
 

NOTE

Options -f and -l cannot be used together.  

SEE ALSO

rlinetd.conf(5), inetd.conf(5), inetd(8), rlinetd(8)  

AUTHOR

This manual page was written by Mikolaj J. Habryn <dichro-doc@rcpt.to>. Modified by Robert Luberda <robert@debian.org>.


 

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