inet.local - File to invoke local network commands
The inet.local file is a file that is called by
/sbin/init.d/inet after all the network interfaces are up
and running, but before any other network services are
started. The file can contain those commands that pertain
to the local system. For example, you could set the system
time from the local network at boot time by editing
the file and adding a line containing the rdate -s command.
If you needed to add aliases for existing IP
addresses, you could add the ifconfig command and arguments
to this file.
The inet.local file is a Context-Dependent Symbolic Link
(CDSL) and must be maintained as such. See the System
Administration manual for more information.
Specifies the command path.
Commands: inetd(8). delim off
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