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hello:
   I am using linux slakware 3.3. I have another computer that running win95.
Do anyone tell me what happening?
I can send mail between the linux host and win95 pc.
I can ftp and telnet the linux host locally.
However, I cannot ftp and telnet the linux host on the win95 computer.
Thus, can you tell me what happening?
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ping your LINUX Pc from your win95 PC. Id this works connection is good. If so look in your /etc/hosts.allow file
enter the line
ALL:IP-adress of your Windows 95 PC

this should work now.
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