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FTP service cannot be started by xinetd if IPv6 is disabled

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    Waldemar Kasperek

    Hi,

    I want to ask - what is permament solution? will there be a patch in the future, or we have to modify this config file after every upgrade?

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    Ivan Postnikov

    Hello Waldemar Kasperek

    This issue happens due to server OS settings.

    > we have to modify this config file after every upgrade?

    As far as I know, you won't need to modify it after each update, only in case some update will modify packets, connected with FTP.

    To make sure you have the needed settings, I suggest creating a cron task, which will check the config and restore needed parameters if needed.

     

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