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Re: where is telnetd?

When Eliezer Figueroa wrote, I replied:

at a command prompt, enter:

dpkg --help | less

to see the  dpkg options for handling packages.  One of those options

  dpkg -S|--search <pattern> ...          find package(s) owning file(s)

if you enter:

# dpkg -S telnetd

you'll see:

telnetd: /usr/doc/telnetd/copyright
telnetd: /usr/doc/telnetd
telnetd: /usr/doc/telnetd/changelog.gz
telnetd: /usr/doc/telnetd/changelog.Debian.gz

which indicates that it's in the telnetd package.  Then try: 

# dpkg --list telnetd
|/ Err?=(none)/Hold/Reinst-required/X=both-problems (Status,Err:
||/ Name            Version        Description
ii  telnetd         0.12-4         The telnet


> Is telnetd part of the of the official debian 2.0 CD'S because I failed
> to find it?
> Is there a FIND command in dslect, in order to find a package by typing
> it's name?
> Is telnetd part of any of the preselected packeged that debian recommend
> just as you finished the instal process and before starting dselect?
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Ralph Winslow		      rjw@nac.net
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