listing of daemons running on a unix server

Kendrick Vargas ken at
Thu Dec 17 17:54:07 GMT 1998

On Fri, 11 Dec 1998, Martin Atkins wrote:

> Kendrick Vargas wrote
> >...
> > Maybe there should simply be one script assigned specifically to the
> > purpose of remote admin by an NT box... That script can return a list
> > of the services which are available (whatever the admin chooses) and then
> > a procedure for starting/stopping each one. That way, it's very much
> > controled. 
> Can I add my vote for this as the simplest, transparent, controlable, and
> machine-independent suggestion I have seen so far...

Ok... Assuming this is the way you go, what exactly would be necessary.
I'm simply asking as there doesn't seem to be any further development
going on regarding this...

Assuming that a file /usr/local/samba/etc/service-control.conf existed,
and assuming that a script read that file line by line deciding which
services were mapped to what, and what could be managed by the NT box...
what would be the first thing returned to the NT box? 

I mean, assuming the script is called from the NT, it should firt return
the available services... what format would that be in?

PS> If that's allready being written, ignore me :-)

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