Posted by: Administrator
on December 09, 2006 02:37 PM
Yes, did all you suggested..
I'm using xinetd to start saned.
I couldn't start saned -d without stopping xinetd.
Once I had saned -d started I could use kooka on the client once only, as saned is not a daemon..
I then started xinetd with a debug option and discovered that xinetd starts saned but saned does not stay running..
As I noticed that trying to start saned -d while xinetd was running saned could not bind to the address..