Description of problem:
Let's get the ball rolling on this one...
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Created attachment 522822 [details]
Created attachment 522823 [details]
Once package and shipped your package should no longer have to depend on xinetd
Socket activation of proftpd is non-trivial, as discussed upstream:
This will have to wait until upstream support is available, and for the time being we'll have to stick with regular activation using the unit file as in Bug 719437.
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of bug 719437 ***
Note this is not a duplicate this is for xproftd the xined script
Does systemd work exactly like xinetd here, i.e. starting a separate instance of proftpd for each incoming connection? If it doesn't, it's not going to work.
It should do that yes
This bug appears to have been reported against 'rawhide' during the Fedora 19 development cycle.
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Done in proftpd-1.3.5-5.fc22
Apologies that it has taken so long for me to get around to this.