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SubjectRe: Does anyone still care about BSD ptys?
On Mon, Feb 09, 2004 at 01:27:24PM -0500, Richard B. Johnson wrote:
> Really? Then you don't have anybody trying to log-in
> from the network using telnet, then do you?
>
> The BSD virtual terminals go in pairs, /dev/ptyp* /dev/ttyp*
>
> # ls -la /dev/ttyp*
> crw--w---- 1 rjohnson tty 3, 0 Feb 9 13:17 /dev/ttyp0

Then your telnetd needs 'fixing'. This works fine, with /dev/pts on
my Debian stable/Woody system:

20:56:57 0$ w athan
USER TTY FROM LOGIN@ IDLE JCPU PCPU WHAT
athan pts/26 XXXXXXXXXXXXXX 20:56 1:04 0.09s 0.09s -bash
That's a telnet login just started.

This is specifically using the 'telnetd-ssl' package in Debian.

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