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Re: should inetd require rpcbind?
>>>>> "ef" == ef <Edgar> writes:
ef> When RPC-based entries are enabled, inetd must be started after
ef> Currently, this seems to happen by chance because inetd REQUIREs
ef> and nfslocking is BEFORE: DAEMON and REQUIREs nfsd, which, in
ef> turn REQUIREs
but, if I want to run inetd without RPC entries, I'd rather that rpcbind
didn't start, and that it wasn't required to be installed.
ef> So, should inetd directly REQUIRE rpcbind?
If rpcbind isn't installed, or isn't started, will this cause it to fail?
ef> Should nfslocking also explicitly REQUIRE rpcbind?
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