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#16726 - 05/28/02 10:21 PM Telnet
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Ok, I have a RH 7 box, and I want to set up a telnet server on it. I don't have the file /etc/inetd.conf, so how else can I set up the telnet server?


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#16727 - 05/28/02 10:55 PM Re: Telnet
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Its got a diff name, i dont recall though...


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#16728 - 05/29/02 01:44 AM Re: Telnet
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Doesn't redhat 7 use xinetd instead of inetd? Go to /etc/xinetd.d and edit the "telnet" file's disable line from "yes" to "no" to activate telnetd. Then just restart xinetd and your telnetd should be up and running.

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#16729 - 05/29/02 01:52 AM Re: Telnet
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True, also I think you can pull something off in the console/xconsole... I downloaded a new java telnet, which I run in *nix and windows.


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#16730 - 06/08/02 04:55 AM Re: Telnet
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I checked for xinetd and nothing. I also searched for telnetd, nothing. So wassup?


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#16731 - 06/08/02 07:32 AM Re: Telnet
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i should take a look at this file, maybe this is what you're looking for
/etc/init.d/xinetd


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#16732 - 06/08/02 05:33 PM Re: Telnet
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"/etc/init.d/xinetd" is used to start the xinet daemon, it shouldn't have anything to do with telnet itself.

Not to doubt you mornse, but you really don't have an "/etc/xinetd.d" directory? That's fuct. I'm using redhat 7.1; I didn't think they would vary that much between 7.0 and 7.1. Guess ya learn something new everyday eh.

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#16733 - 06/08/02 07:44 PM Re: Telnet
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Quote:
Originally posted by Predator:
i should take a look at this file, maybe this is what you're looking for
/etc/init.d/xinetd
I believe thats where its at heh...


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