Lesson 5

Dates: 6/5/2019
Linux networking
Linux System Administration

Network Applications

  • Applications are running either as stand alone daemons: Apache, SSH, Postfix, Samba, BIND, DHCP...

  • or started through application servers such as inetd or xinetd: telnet, rsh, rlogin, ftp, imap, pop3 ...

  • The services are usually controlled by systemd, the master service.

  • To start and stop such services, use commamd systemctl. For example,
    systemctl start inetd
    systemctl stop inetd

  • To enable and disable the service in the system startup:
    systemctl enable inetd
    systemctl disable inetd

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