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Re: root access via telnet?



> Hi!
> 
> Is it possible to allow root access via telnet?
> It is supposed to be used for remote administration. The server is 
> *not* connected to the Internet and contains no sensitive/important 
> data, so security would not be a problem. The server is (right now) 
> only for playing with... :-)

Option 1, the usual way to do this: just telnet as an ordinary user,
          and then "su" to root.

Option 2: man securetty (add the tty's to /etc/securetty)


-- 
joost witteveen, joostje@debian.org
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