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Sat Aug 3 13:54:04 CDT 2002
Check /etc/xinetd.d/telnet.conf to make sure that the
"disabled=" property is set to "no". "Yes" is the
default in Redhat 7.2.
--- "Gregory W. Eckrich" <newxman at outdrs.net> wrote:
> Ran the install command for telnet and telnet-server
> from the RH 7.2 install
> CD [rpm -i telnet-server-0.17-20.i386.rpm]. For
> telnet server and for the
> telnet interface, system responded that each was
> installed. OK. Used
> the -F to "freshen" the files. That appeared to
> work just fine--no
> response, simple returned to a prompt. However, I
> still can not telnet into
> the blue machine.
> What of xinetd?
> Current status:
> blue --telnet--> white
> blue --telnet--> red
> white <--telnet --> red
> white --X-- blue connection refused
> red --X-- blue connection refused
> chkconfig --list shows xinetd running in levels 3,
> 4, and 5; telnet, echo
> and finger are listed as xinetd services that are
> Greg. Eckrich
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Martin Maney" <maney at pobox.com>
> To: <luni at luni.org>
> Sent: Friday, July 26, 2002 2:18 PM
> Subject: Re: [LUNI] telnet
> > On Fri, Jul 26, 2002 at 01:52:53PM -0500, Gregory
> W. Eckrich wrote:
> > > Sure did. "error reading information on service
> telnet: no such file
> > > directory." FLASH--is this saying that the
> telnet binaries are not on
> > > system?
> > That's what it sounds like, isn't it?
> > If Red Hat has followed the approach Debian has
> been using for at least
> > years now (I can't recall if this was done prior
> to potato's release),
> > the client and the server will be in separate
> packages. They might even
> > named sensibly, such as 'telnet' and 'telnetd'.
> You could take a look.
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