>On most of our sun machines, I get the following error while booting:
1) /etc/services is missing this line:
name 42/udp nameserver
Inetd is trying to get set for invoking in.tnamed, which is an obsolete
name service. Comment out the in.tnamed line from /etc/inetd.conf.
If you're going to deal with the name service, you're going to
want to run in.named. That is a standalone daemon, not (as the
name implies) a child of inetd.
2) Where `xxx' stands for the PID of the embryonic in.named.
Or in other words, this can also happen in machines that the /etc/inetd.conf
contains a service that doesn't exist in /etc/services (or the
corresponding NIS map, if NIS is running..)
And, thanks for the many answers I got..
-- Ricardo (Ricky) Marek (System Mng.) Fibronics Ltd., Matam Industrial Park, Haifa 31905, ISRAEL phones: +972-4-313690/670 Fax: +972-4-550550 e-mail: ricky@FibHaifa.com or ricky@fibronics.UUCP
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