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    how to enable telnet when system start


    Hello:

    Question1 : how do i enable telnet on redhat9 permanently so when the system starts telnet is already started and i can telnet ffrom windows machine...

    thankx

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    My first answer would be don't use telnet use SSH instead. If you want to stick with telnet you'll need to modify its script in /etc/xinitd.d

    This explains it for you

    Quick HOWTO: Telnet, TFTP and XINETD
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    SSH!

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    chkconfig --level 3 sshd on
    /etc/init.d/sshd start

    There is no reason to ever use telnet again.

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