- Jul 6, 2005--- In email@example.com, "rndilger" <rdilger2@u...>
> diagnostic ability in linux. I have to assume that someone perusingSure, that's simple ;-)
> this forum has successfully configured vsftpd on a slug. Therefore,
1. Uninstall vsftpd -> ipkg remove vsftpd
2. update the package list -> ipkg update
3. Install InetUtils -> ipkg install inetutils
- This install an other inetd which is placed in /opt/libexec.
- Create the file /opt/etc/inetd.conf, and fill it with
[root@linus root]$ cat /opt/etc/inetd.conf
telnet stream tcp nowait root /usr/sbin/telnetd
ftp stream tcp nowait root /opt/sbin/vsftpd vsftpd
(The third line is the remain part of the second line, so put line 2+3
in one line)
- Run /opt/etc/init.d/S52inetd, this command kills the linksys inetd
and start the new inetd in /opt/libexec. All files in /opt/etc/init.d
which start with the letter S, are executed at each startup of the
- Now it's a good time to try telnet with the new inetd, this should
work. If the telnet access works, then you can try to ftp in.
- If things went wrong, then you should check, whether the right inetd
[root@linus conf]$ ps -ef
13626 root 1520 S /opt/libexec/inetd /opt/etc/inetd.conf
Should give you an output like above (1st and 3rd column can differs).
After this, there's no need for a diversion script
([/unslung/|/share/hdd/conf/unslung/]rc.xinetd) which modifies the
/etc/inetd.conf, cause this file is no more in use.
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