From: Gaz Wilson (dragon_at_dragons.org.uk)
Date: Fri 13 May 2005 - 10:11:27 BST
Ah, fixed the issue, someone had applied a new firewall filter and not
On Fri, 13 May 2005, Gaz Wilson wrote:
> I'm having hassle running a telnet daemon within a vserver - it's
> Debian, and when I try and run telnetd through inetd, I can telnet
> locally within the vserver (i.e. telnet localhost), but I cannot
> connect from outside of the veserver. Telnet is the only thing runnig
> from inetd, but I suspect other services in inetd may suffer the same
> Trying to run telnetd in debug mode (i.e. as it's own daemon, not through
> inetd, I get a bomb out saying telnetd: getpeername: Socket operation
> on non-socket, which might be a GRSec-ism, or a vserver-ism - I'm not sure.
> Unfortunately we MUST offer telnet alongside SSH, so saying "don't use telnet"
> isn't an option on this occasion.
> Anyone else using a telnetd within a vserver successfully?
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