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Re: telnet from linux to win95



I think I know what I'm talking about :-)....and I even have a reason!
I was wondering if anyone had written some sort of telnetd for win95
boxes.  I realize it's an unstable piece of crap....but I have a tutorial
on assembly I was tinkering with and it is written for intel assembly
format...instead of att.  So I thought I would do the "compiles" on the
win95 box. But I hate to sit down to it....I'd rather open up a telnet to
it from my linux box if possible.  Of course when I was thru with the
tutorial I would switch over to the att style.

	Henry Hollenberg     speed@barney.iamerica.net 


On Sat, 21 Mar 1998, Chi Wong wrote:

> Are you sure you know what you are talking about? You can telnet to a unix
> machine from windows 95. You can't telnet from Linux to win95. First of all
> win95 has no option to accept telnet and it is not a server. You could do
> it with NT if you have like OpenNT installed ontop of it. 
> 
> At 05:59 PM 3/21/98 , Henry Hollenberg wrote:
> >
> >I was wondering if there was a way to telnet from a linux box to a win95
> >box?
> >
> >I can ping the win95 box and I can telnet from the win95 box to the linux
> >box.  I have several linux boxes but only one win95.....and it has only
> >one legacy app I have to keep running (vertical market).....for now :-).


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