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How can I let my Redhat 5.0 machine accept telnets from remote users? When users try to telnet to the machine, it prompts for the login, but then when the correct passwords are entered, it say login incorrect eventhough I know for certain that the correct user and password was entered.
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rotia earned 100 total points
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You have to add securettys on /etc/securetty to let people access from outside.
you will need to add /dev/ttyp0, ....
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by:eckspurt
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Er, no.  That would be what you do to allow _root_ access from the outside.  

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by:superpanda
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You should download the file, libc-5.3.12-28.i386.rpm
from the redhat site:
http://www.redhat.com/support/docs/rhl/intel/rh52-errata-intel.html

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