Re: whereis code for telnet?
apt-get source telnet on a Debian box.
On Sun, 1 Apr 2001, Denzil Kelly wrote:
>Where do I find the code for telnet? I've downloaded
>the kernel source, and I have not been able to find
>the source code for telnet. I ask because my networks
>class has been given the task of looking at several
>linux distributions and examining the telnet code to
>see if the infamous rlogin bug still exists in any
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