Back in september 2000 I asked about UPS signalling from my SCO box to my redhat box, and got a good repsonse:
Now that I have 2 linux boxes for firewalling and mail, and I've finally dropped doze from my desktop, I'd like to put something like this in place, so that my SCO box will signal the other 2 boxes to shutdown due to power failure form the ups.
My problem is... I understand the logic of how it will work, but I dont know how to configure this using xinetd instead of inetd.
Any suggestions (newbie'ised)
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