First time here and posting just because I can't seem to find the answer to this, or whether is this even possible. The problem I'm having is that I want to create a script that will be run ...
When I use telnet with rlwrap it looks like there is no way to kill the client. Am I missing something here or I really have to kill the process with the kill command?
I am trying to telnet from host 10.0.1.91 (centos) to host 10.0.11.162 (ubuntu). When I try to connect to the Ubuntu host, I get: telnet 10.0.11.162 4949 Trying 10.0.11.162... Connected to a.b.c ...
i use a cronjob to execute a filetransfer to a host and then telnet into the host and pipe some commands into it. HOST=somehost USER=postgres PASSWD=blabla ftp -n -v $HOST <<END_SCRIPT quote ...
Basically, how do I do it? I'd like to connect to my home computer from work, but my internet is routed through my apartment building's network, so I don't have the static IP address I'm accustomed ...
I'm working on setting up a Cyrus 2.2 IMAP server on Ubuntu Server 9.04. If I telnet from the server itself: # telnet localhost imap I get: * OK IMAP Cyrus IMAP4 v2.2.13-Debian-2.2.13-14ubuntu3 ...
Back in the days of Redhat 9 I set up networks using dumb terminals that used telnet to log in to the server. And simply by deleting the 'X' in /etc/passwd for the user, the user could log in with a ...