telnetd won't run
john.matijevic at gmail.com
Thu Nov 15 15:59:52 UTC 2007
Try starting up the GUI with startx and run telnet from terminal from the
GUI that is what worked for me. I had the same problem as you was not
working from the CLI.
On 11/15/07, vladak at madnet.co.yu <vladak at madnet.co.yu> wrote:
> >You're using another (old) none Red Hat/Fedora based Linux distribution:
> >On Redhat/Fedora try:
> >chkconfig telnet on
> >service xinetd restart
> >The telnet config file is /etc/xinetd.d/telnet
> T>he fact that you're seeing
> >"Escape character is '^]'.
> >Connection closed by foreign host."
> >Indicates the something is listening on port 23 (telenetd is running),
> otherwise >you'd see something like: "Connection refused"
> Txh for feedback. Guess you are right about everything! But I still don't
> know how to fix this. Who is listening on port 23, telnetd? If it is, why
> does it close all connections?
> I tried: /etc/xinet.d/telnet restart didn't help
> Checked structure of this file and it's same like some I found on web.
> What can I try next?
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