Restart inetd conf solaris 9
Nov 19, · By default, the telnet is disabled in Solaris. It not recommended to login via telnet in an unsecured environment. However, in cases such as Xforwarding requirements, you need to get it up. Here is how to get it done. Check whether inet daemon is running. ps -ef | grep inetd. Now edit the file /etc/inet/area907.info Find the following lines. Looks like you are calling the inetd binary directly rather than using the script for the purpose in /etc/init.d (unless you are on Solaris 10), for Solaris 9 and below run: Code: # /etc/init.d/inetd stop # /etc/init.d/inetd start. It is a Solaris 9 and older documented behavior. If you kill and restart inetd, be aware that any environment variables in your shell are inherited by a shell for an incoming telnet session. For example, if you have USER=root in your environment, a user who connects to .