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 post-3.2 freeBSD and tcpd
Author: Charlie Sorsby 
Date:   15-09-02 08:45

I have some questions regarding the integrated tcpd in freeBSD
post-version-3.2:

1. Why??????

2. Where the bloody hell is it? In the past, one had the option
of wrapping things either of two ways in /etc/inetd.conf. Now
that seems no longer the case.

3. Why was the location for tcpd's config files moved? Seems
like more change for the sake of change to me.

4. How can one now update to a more recent version of wrappers
without updating the whole bloody operating system?

What's the matter? Don't the freeBSD developers trust us to be
able to install and configure wrappers ourselves if we want them?

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Charlie Sorsby 15-09-02 08:45 
 Re: post-3.2 freeBSD and tcpd   new
Dan Langille 16-09-02 04:14 


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