xinetd 1: source package in Ubuntu


xinetd (1: unstable; urgency=low

  * New upstream release
  * Removed patch 00_no_section3_manpages now upstream
  * Bump to compat 11
  * Bump Standards-Version to 4.1.3
  * Fix paths for moved/renamed documentation files
  * Convert debian/copyright to dep-5
  * Change Vcs-* to new salsa URL
  * Change debian/rules to remove previously needed flags to configure

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xinetd_2.3.15.3-1.dsc 1.8 KiB 7e17d308741ea3ee4fcf44315c417ea6110b3cfb202ac45e89453d83eb506eca
xinetd_2.3.15.3.orig.tar.gz 198.5 KiB 3f4c9e83a7b369b01d190f4ebde928e351873c41083faa9fcf1c85c35125ad0f
xinetd_2.3.15.3-1.debian.tar.xz 18.1 KiB 6f83fb50c4b8d78d33a7e0cf434d60e48b39a0068b04fbe9b476fae53c956e39

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xinetd: replacement for inetd with many enhancements

 xinetd has access control mechanisms, extensive logging capabilities,
 the ability to make services available based on time, and can place
 limits on the number of servers that can be started, among other things.
 It has the ability to redirect TCP streams to a remote host and port.
 This is useful for those of that use IP masquerading, or NAT, and want
 to be able to reach your internal hosts.
 It also has the ability to bind specific services to specific interfaces.
 This is useful when you want to make services available for your internal
 network, but not the rest of the world. Or to have a different service
 running on the same port, but different interfaces.

xinetd-dbgsym: debug symbols for xinetd