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Posted on 1997-05-24
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Hi, when i use "telnet", a lot of welcome messages apair,
like that:

>>>telnet hotname
             Hello Welcome to hotmane
       any questions bla bla bla..........
Enter Login:

how can i disable the welcomes messages?? (and just
wait the password imput), i wath something like these:

>>> telnet -l username hostname
passwod:

(no wellcome mensages)

                        hard he?  

                               thanks!
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Question by:acarmona
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n0thing earned 150 total points
ID: 2006333
Hi,

  You can't disable the welcome with telnet however if you use
rlogin, you won't see it. Just simply do:
   rlogin hostname -l username

   then you will be prompted with the Password: prompt.

Regards,
n0thing
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by:acarmona
ID: 2006334
many hosts refused rlogins connections ...


(my too)..
thanks but.. dont work rlogin in my case
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