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If After making that change and instructing inetd to re-read its configuration file, "telnet servername 2401" should show you the text hello and then the server should close the connection.

If this doesn't work, you need to fix it before you can worry about with a pristine environment.) If you can connect successfully for a while but then can't, you've probably hit inetd's rate limit.

If you appear to have lots of memory available to the system, the problem is most likely that you're running into a system-wide limit on the amount of memory a single process can use or a similar process-specific limit.

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