I have a lovely Trustix (basically Red Hat with proper
security defaults and no X server) installation. One
of our developers decided he wanted to run a script
which opens a socket on port 80 of another server
outside our local network. Although the script runs
fine on other Linux installations behind our firewall
it won't work on our Trustix installation. I figure
this might be something to do with the default setup
of inetd.conf. I had a look at that and /etc/services
and the inetd man page but I can't pin this one down.
Any thoughts (other than maybe hiring a proper network admin)?
Mr. Michael Turley
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