On 03/03/99(13:25) you Steve Mane <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote
|>dhttp stream tcp nowait nobody /usr/local/sbin/delegated /usr/local/sbin/delegated SERVER=http RELIABLE="10.52.4.[2-9]"
| That's part of what the problem was. I also found a couple of bugs:
|1) If I use RELIABLE="10.52.4.228" I always get an error from delegated
|saying that the client has unknown and has no authorization. If I use
|RELIABLE=10.52.4.228 (without the quotes) it works fine. And similarly, if
|I use RELIABLE=10.52.4.227,22.214.171.124 I get an error, but if I put quotes
|around the IP's it works.
In truth I've never used quotation in the argument list in inetd.conf.
I wrote the above example just by copying from your message without
thinking about the quotation in it.
At last I noticed that inetd(s) do not interpret quotation in the argument
list, and now I'm curious how we can pass an argument includeing space
character like "a b"...
|2) The docs say that LOGFILE="" is the same as using -vs. In fact, I've
|found that delegate will create a log file named "" in the log dir.
Thus it should be LOGFILE= in inetd.conf.
Anyway, my recommendation is writing a (shell) script for start up as I
wrote in a message "http://wall.etl.go.jp/mail-lists/delegate-en/276"
entitled "Re: invoking DeleGate from inetd".
On 02/11/99(20:39) I wrote in <_A275@delegate-en.ML_>
|In "/etc/inetd.conf" add a line like this:
|<protocol-name> stream tcp wait nobody /path/of/delegate.rc delegate.rc
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