> I use Redhat 6.2. For some reason I don't have in.ftpd:
> # pwd
> # ls in.*d
> in.fingerd in.ntalkd in.rlogind in.talkd in.tftpd
> in.identd in.rexecd in.rshd in.telnetd
> What caused this during installation? I don't recall selecting it to be NOT installed. Which CD contains in.ftpd? I wonder if I'm missing other important utilities.
> Thanks for help.
> Yong Huang
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I would suspect you chose a 'workstation' installation as this leaves
out the ftp server.
On my machine if I ask rpm to specify which package contains
/usr/sbin/in.ftpd I get..
If you install this package from your CD with rpm then you will fix it.
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