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I would expect the service to be called telnetd - why not simply list the services in +/etc/init.d+ and see what the telnet service's script is called?1 person found this helpful
FTP and Telnet are really obsolete and considered a security risk. Both were replaced by the SSH2 package many years ago. Btw, you should use YUM and not install some very old Fedora software using RPM under Enterprise Linux, which can break your system beyond repair.
If you really need a FTP server, simply do the following without the need to install any additional software.
What was the outcome of your previous post here?
cd /etc/xinetd.d/ vi gssftp Change the following: disable = yes to disable = no. remove the –a option in the server_args line. /etc/init.d/xinetd restart You should now be able to FTP to your server.
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