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INetd service stop

I want to know how to stop inetd service since I have to use port 80 for another application.CAn anyone help me with this?

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Open a command prompt.

sudo kill inetd

However inetd may be needed by other applications that you're wanting to run.

Kill command will shut down any application you desire. sudo, of course is to give you root access and will enable you the ability to do anything. It will require the root password as well.

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