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NAME

       rlinetd - an(other) internet super-server

SYNOPSIS

       rlinetd   [-f|--config   <config-file>]  [-p|--parser  <parser-module>]
       [-d|--debug] [-h|--help]

DESCRIPTION

       rlinetd is a connection manager which binds and listens to a number  of
       ports, and performs specified actions when a connection is made.

OPTIONS

       The  program  will  accept  a number of arguments to adjust the startup
       sequence.

       -d , --debug
              is a flag to raise the debug level.  This  will,  amongst  other
              things,  prevent  dissociation from the controlling terminal and
              give output on stderr.

       -h , --help
              will give a brief synopsis of the options.

       -f , --config <config-file>
              allows the specification of an alternative configuration file to
              be read.

       -p , --parser <parser-module>
              allows  the  specification of an alternative parser module to be
              used when parsing the configuration file.

FILES

       /etc/rlinetd.conf
              default configuration file.

       /usr/lib/rlientd/libparse.so
              default parser module.

SEE ALSO

       rlinetd.conf(5)

AUTHOR

       This manual page was written by Mikolaj J. Habryn <dichro-doc@rcpt.to>.
       Modified by Robert Luberda <robert@debian.org>.