It also link the inetd configuration of a service to managerpm so you can get more information on a service from the package.
At some point, it should be possible install a missing service from there.
The module was not using the CONFIG_FILE object when updating files in /etc/xinetd.d. Those file were not archived when updated. So it was not possible to:
There is another flaw which will be fixed in the next release. The module do not support the disable keyword as people expect. It encodes in the file /etc/xinetd.conf, using the disabled keyword the list of disabled services. This is kind of incompatible with the way people are using xinetd server now. This will be changed in 1.29r2.
Linuxconf now report the proper setting in "control service activity".