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Re: Mac OS X config question

From: Steve Sisak <sgs_at_codewell.com>
Date: Sun, 6 Jul 2008 20:34:51 -0400

At 8:04 PM -0400 7/6/08, Jim Anderson wrote:
>I want to configure subversion to start from inetd but there doesn't
>seem to be an inetd.conf file anywhere in the latest OS X filesystem
>(10.5.4). Anyone have any idea how to set it up in inetd in this

On Mac OS X, the replacement for inetd is launchd, which is both more
general and more flexible:

man launchd
man launchd.plist

What you're going to do is create a .plist (XML) file in
/Library/LaunchDaemons that tells launchd under what circumstances to
launch your daemon.

(There's also an inetd compatibility mode)

Feel free to yell if you need specific help. (Also look in
/System/Library/LaunchDaemons for examples of how the standard
services are launched)



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