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RLINETD

RLINETD

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

rlinetd - an(other) internet super-server  

SYNOPSIS

rlinetd [-d] [-h] [-f <config-file>] [-p <parser-module>]  

DESCRIPTION

rlinetd is a connection manager which binds and listens to a number of ports, and performs specified actions when a connection is made.  

OPTIONS

The program will accept a number of arguments to adjust the startup sequence.
-d
is a flag to raise the debug level. This will, amongst other things, prevent dissociation from the controlling terminal and give output on stderr.
-h
will give a brief synopsis of the options.
-f <config-file>
allows the specification of an alternative configuration file to be read.
-p <parser-module>
allows the specification of an alternative parser module to be used when parsing the configuration file.
 

FILES

/etc/rlinetd.conf
default configuration file.
/usr/lib/rlientd/libparse.so
default parser module.
 

SEE ALSO

rlinetd.conf(5)  

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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