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Re: Question about whehter xinetd is still used.



Rahul Sundaram wrote:
> You should file bug reports if that's the case.

Well, in the git-daemon case, I'm now one of the maintainers.  So I
can more easily fix the problem directly. ;)

I think there are some valid reasons for packages to drop files into
/etc/xinet.d and not require xinetd, but whether each of the 14 or so
packages that currently do so should be doing so needs looking into.
I posted the repoquery results in case others who use the various
packages want to look closer and perhaps file bugs where appropriate.

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