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Re: [vox-tech] Telnet

  • Subject: Re: [vox-tech] Telnet
  • From: Brian Chan <chanby@cs.ucdMAPSavis.edu>
  • Date: Wed, 24 Jan 2001 12:13:20 -0800
  • References: 384404452.980365747733.JavaMail.root@web191-iw

On Wed, 24 Jan 2001, Rusty Minden wrote:

> For my Programming class we need to be able to telnet (or use a VT100)
> connection through the Internet. I have the IP address, login and passcode
> for this. How do I set up a session using telnet or a like program using
> LINUX. I can do it from work just fine, but I should not do homework at
> work.

  Um... open a text console, at your prompt, type


  where is the IP address you have. It should work since the
telnet program comes with Redhat. If not, install it first. Also you need
to make sure you have internet connection.

  Hope that helps.


> Rusty Minden
> Scientia non est potentia, quae prologum potentia solidum est.
> Knowledge is not power, but the prelude to power.
> rminden@mail.com
> ........................................................ 
> iWon.com       http://www.iwon.com     why wouldn't you? 
> ........................................................

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