Re: rpc.statd WHAT IS IT ?????????



In comp.os.linux.misc pokhara <sam1967paypal@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>:
root@knoppix:/# nmap localhost

Try using 'netstat' on localhost.
[..]
root@knoppix:/# lsof | grep 1346

Try using 'ps', you don't need a sledge hammer to look up some
pid.

anyone know what it is ?

Yes, try 'man rpc.statd' for more info.

Good luck

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