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Telnet to access LINUX workstation

Posted on 1999-12-02
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Last Modified: 2010-03-18
I have configured my PC as a LINUX workstation and is connected to network.
When I telnet from another PC (WinNT),
there is no reaction at the terminal emulator but it was successfully connected .... how am I going to prompt for user name and passsword when somebody telnet in. I have just added the username and password.

Pls advise on what shall I do next?

Question by:qiang8
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Author Comment

ID: 2249332
My LINUX is Red Hat 6.0 with Gnome window manager.

Accepted Solution

roald earned 20 total points
ID: 2250735
Have you tried another terminal-emulator? Putty.exe is good.

Also give a better description of the problem. No text in the terminal-emulator window?

Author Comment

ID: 2251364
Thanks ...

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