[stunnel-users] Preferred way to start stunnel @boot time

Abstract thikrat at gmail.com
Wed Jun 27 00:27:55 CEST 2007

I use it in a kind of startup script in init.d, the standard RHEL way

On 6/26/07, Van <vanyel at medusa.bioc.aecom.yu.edu> wrote:
> So I've got stunnel running perfectly on my linux server to forward ssl
> requests to my pop and imap ports. I need to make sure this happens
> automatically if the machine is rebooted. On the stunnel site it talks
> about running stunnel either as a daemon or running stunnel out of xinetd.
> I was just wondering, which way do people using it out there think is
> preferable? And why? Neither seems as direct or simple as putting
> @reboot root    /sbin/start_stunnel
> into my crontab, which is what I did (start_stunnel being a shell script
> with the proper command and some comments).
> Just another uneventful way to do the same thing?
> -Van
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