[svlug] Re: svlug digest, Vol 1 #1177 - 3 msgs

MD. Tauhidul Islam tauhid_buet at yahoo.com
Wed Jan 16 20:16:02 PST 2002


after editing the /etc/xinetd.d/telnet file you do not need to reboot the 
computer. Just restart the xinetd service and it will work.
# service xinetd restart

regard

Tauhid

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>Thank you everyone for your excellent suggestions.  I was finally able to 
>telnet to my rh72 machine.  I think that the way I was able to telnet to 
>my linux machine was first because I finally figured out that I should 
>install the telnet server.  After that I edited the
>/etc/xinetd.d/telnet file.  I deleted the line that say "disable=yes". 
>After rebooting the system now worked.
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>I am setting up a mail server (with a domain named uuu.com) where a number of
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>Open Source Programmer Group Meeting
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>January 17, 2002 (third Thursday) 7-9 pm
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>Because nobody has time to attend every Linux-related event it seems
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