How do I restart inetd service under Linux?

inetd is a daemon on Linux (BSD/Unix) systems that manages Internet services. inetd listens on all ports used by internet services such as FTP, POP3, and telnet. When a TCP packet or UDP packet comes in with a particular port number, inetd launches the appropriate server program to handle the connection. This uses memory more efficiently, as the other daemons do not run constantly.

Under old version of RedHat Linux you can restart inetd (login as root user):
# killall -HUP inetd

Note above command should work with almost any Linux distrobution.

New version of RedHat Linux (Fedora) comes with xinetd daemon, which can be restarted as follows:
# service xinetd restart

See also:

=> How to restart inetd under FreeBSD

Why God does not listen to our prayers?

Learn about God and prayers – and more about why my wish was not granted.

God is like our Friend. We all are his children. He is the all-loving one. He always listens to our prayers.

However, some time we feel God is not listing our prayers. We go further and think he does not answer prayer and we feel he cannot do anything for us. The truth is everything is possible with God. In addition, God does not answer our prayer because of he knows that they are not for our good. In today’s fast moving world following formula should help all of us:

Worship God in all your happy times,
Pray hard to God in all your difficult times,
Spend time in temple/church in your quite times,
Admire God in all your painful times,
Indeed, remember supreme power every time to draw closer to him.