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utelnetd

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The utelnetd package provides a small and efficient stand alone telnet
server daemon.

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    This thing compiled quickly and well, runs VERY small, seems very fast (though I have never encountered a slow telnetd), and generally makes me very happy. Two issues I have encountered: 1. the TERM gets set to 'dumb', where with other telnetd it get set to something useful (vt420, ASNI, etc). Would love a fix or solution, I am playing with /etc/bashrc to work around it. 2. every prompt, from the first logon prompt and through every single command-line prompt during the session, is presented twice. Again, this does not happen with SSH or any other telnetd I have tried. Would REALLY like a way to fix this! Arguably, these are rather minor issues: but something the admin needs to know and handle.

    Posted 05/05/2013
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    good project utelnetd

    Posted 09/16/2012
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Intended Audience

Advanced End Users, System Administrators

User Interface

Console/Terminal

Programming Language

C

Registered

2008-11-22

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