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Re: telnet problems with current cygwin version
- To: Edward Muller <emuller at PaineWebber dot COM>
- Subject: Re: telnet problems with current cygwin version
- From: Corinna Vinschen <corinna at vinschen dot de>
- Date: Wed, 14 Jun 2000 22:55:39 +0200
- CC: "Cygwin (E-mail)" <cygwin at sourceware dot cygnus dot com>
- References: <BDD974FDF820D211B05B00A0C9C8385A033CC80D@psle03.xchg.pwj.com>
- Reply-To: cygwin <cygwin at sourceware dot cygnus dot com>
Edward Muller wrote:
> I downloaded and installed the current cygwin version last night.
> I mounted all of my dirs and the mount looks like this:
> Device Directory Type Flags
> c:\cygwin\bin /bin user textmode
> c:\cygwin\etc /etc user textmode
> c:\cygwin\lib /lib user textmode
> c:\cygwin\tmp /tmp user textmode
> c:\cygwin\usr /usr user textmode
> c:\cygwin\var /var user textmode
> c:\cygwin / user textmode
> I installed inetd with the --install-as-service option and everything looked like it was going to rok okay, until I tried telneting to localhost. I am able to ftp fine BTW. I noticed that whenever I tried to telnet to localhost in.telnetd would startup in the task list, then die. So I stopped inetd and ran the following:
> bash-2.04$ ./in.telnetd -debug
> When I try to telnet to the telnet deamon, the above command exists with the following error:
> 0 [main] in.telnetd 1058 handle_exceptions: Exception: STATUS_ACCESS_VIOLATION
> 3600 [main] in.telnetd 1058 stackdump: Dumping stack trace to in.telnetd.exe.stackdump
> I'm running windows 2K professional.
> Anyone know what I missed?
Did you install the `login' package, too?
Did you create your /etc/passwd and /etc/group files with
the provided tools `mkpasswd' and `mkgroup'?
Did you take a look into that files if anything is as
needs it (home path, shell)?
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