On Tue, 16 Jan 2001, Lindsay Haisley wrote:
Thus spake Sam Varshavchik on Tue, Jan 16, 2001 at 06:57:23AM CST
You do have something listening on the IMAP port. Find out what it is, and
I have configured everything imap/pop related out from my inetd.conf (I'm
running RH6.2). For my knowledge I am not running any other imap-server than
[root@kiila /root]# rpm -qa |grep imap
You probably still have inet listening on the IMAP port.
As root, run
lsof -i tcp:imap2
The name of the file which started the service is truncated to 9 characters,
at least on my system.
Alternatively, use this (also as root):
fuser -v imap/tcp
which puts the command at the end and doesn't truncate it so much.
fuser appears to be more common than lsof.
You can use ps, pstree etc. on the pid to find out more about the process.
Daniel Biddle <del...@osian.net>