> On 23 Nov 2004, at 16:49, Conor Wynne wrote:
>>> If I wish to increase the amount of users who may connect to telnetd,
>> I have to do is increase the number from 60 to "something" in
>> /etc/xinetd.conf correct?
>> telnetd? telnet bloody d? It's 2004 and you're asking telnetd questions?
LOL, yes its very amuzing, but I did manage to convert a few, but as you
know, there are always the straggellers.
> Let me guess - your customer knows how bad telnet is, but it's OK as
> it's all on a private LAN?
Yes, you got it in one!
I've leaned not to even bother mentioning sshd!!!
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