Re: telnet to my machine (cont)
Is telnetd installed on your system? This is now a package by
itself, and it no longer belongs to netstd I think.
try atp-get install telnetd. It should do the rest for you.
Manuel Arenaz Silva [email@example.com] wrote:
> I have checked the daemons that are installed in my system, and I have
> noticed that "inetd" is working but there is no "telnetd" installed.
> ¿How can I make my system install "telnetd" on start-up? I don't know
> where the daemons to be installed are specified. Is there any HOW-TO
> NOTE: I cannot "telnet" to my machine but I can connect via "ftp". The
> strange is that I have no "ftpd" installed. ¿How is this posible?
> Thanks in advance,
> Manuel Arenaz
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