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Old 09-06-2003, 11:55 AM   #1
pako
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in.telnetd Options


Hi,
I want in.telnetd to use another login program than /bin/login .
On the net I found manpages telling that there is an option -L. But my in.telnetd doesnt know this option, and my manpages doesnt mention it either.
Anyone knows where to get another version of in.telnetd or solve that problem otherwise ?

Btw I want to use the login of a BBS-Server and Im running Suse Linux 8.1

thx in advance , pako

P.S chaning the login program of the sshd would solve the problem too.
 
  


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