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Old 08-12-2005, 01:46 PM   #1
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Clients telnet for linux

hello: can you tell me what clients telnet there are for install on linux
where i can download it.
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Telnet (enter it in a console) is usually installed by default.

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Thanks I know it, but i would like to know what telnet clients there are.

and if you know where i download it
Old 08-12-2005, 03:29 PM   #4
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Originally posted by RaulBond
Thanks I know it, but i would like to know what telnet clients there are.

and if you know where i download it

isn't google working today?
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Each distro will have one packaged for a linux command-line console and for the gui..

If your question is as broad as it sounds though..
Do you want them written in C, C++, java, perl, python, awk, etc..?
or do you just want a prebuilt package? In which case your distros package manager will be able to be searched for keywords, eg "telnet"..
Each of the programming languages will have several telnet clients, so searching their sites and code repositories will find a lot of them..
Or even searching or will find some as well..


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