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Can't see it anywhere, is it called something different?

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It's just not installed by default. Install it by running:

sudo apt-get install xinetd
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Xinetd is a fairly fancy service dispatcher. It's available as a package. Most Ubuntu installations only need the features of the more basic inetd program (if at all), so that's what you get by default. If you need xinetd's advanced features, install it explicitly.

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