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Re: Connection Refused

Hello you need the following package:
Package: netstd
Version: 3.07-2
Priority: standard
Section: net
Maintainer: Herbert Xu <herbert@debian.org>
Pre-Depends: netbase (>=3.00), libc6, libreadlineg2 (>= 2.1-4),
libstdc++2.8 (>=2.90.26-1), ncurses3.4
Suggests: wu-ftpd, mail-transport-agent
Replaces: pftp (<<0.7.6-1), wu-ftpd, wu-ftpd-academ
Architecture: i386
Filename: dists/stable/main/binary-i386/net/netstd_3.07-2.deb
Size: 611710
MD5sum: b080885426b364a6c0a9009db621c769
Description: Networking binaries and daemons for Linux
 The netstd package provides you with the standard networking services
 (server and clients).  This includes services like ftp, telnet, nfs,
 pcnfsd, bootp, tftp, finger, rsh, rlogin and others.
installed-size: 1302
Hope this helps

On Wed, 19 Aug 1998, Kennedy Mutio wrote:

> I have just installed debian linux onto a machine and added it to my
> network but I cannot telnet frm any other machine on the network to this
> new machine. I have checked the hosts.allow and hosts.deny files in /etc
> and changed them. I might have done this wrong but does anyone know what
> else I should change/configure?
> Thanks,
> Ken.
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