inetd under Win95 OSR2.5
Tue Jun 5 07:47:00 GMT 2001
De: Corinna Vinschen <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>On Tue, Jun 05, 2001 at 01:05:27PM +0100, Tim Chick wrote:
>> I am tyring to use telnetd via inetd under Win95.
>> Has anyone had this working under Win95?
>> I have set this up under Win2k and it works fine.
>> I run inetd as
>> # /usr/sbin/inetd -d
>> All the services seem to be registered correctly.
>> When I connect to an internal service, eg daytime, I get the
>> expected response, and the following output from inetd:
>> someone wants daytime
>> accept, ctrl is 3
>> When I connect to telnet, it makes a coonection but I get no
>> login prompt. The output from inetd is:
>> someone wants telnet
>> accept, ctrl 3
>> + Closing from 21
>> 139545 execl /usr/sbin/in.telnetd
>> 139545 reaped, status 0x100
>> The exec and reaped line are printed straight after each other.
>> If I try /usr/sbin/in.telnetd -debug , without the inetd. I get:
>> /usr/sbin/in.telnetd.exe: getpeername: The descriptor is a file, not a
>> Is this a problem with Win95 Winsock?
>> I am using cygwin dll v1.3.2-1 and inetutils 1.3.2-14
>Is that a problem with your installation? You need the login package
>installed as well.
I have Win95OSR2, tried it, and telnet -debug gives me the
same error message.
inetd didn't worked, and yes, I have login installed.
I don't plan to use Win95 as a telnet server, I just couldn't resist
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