The most likely scenario is that while the telnet client is installed, the
telnet server is not installed on the workstation. You can run the yum utility,
and do a search for the telnet-server package.
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Subject: Telnet Issue with Fedora 9
I have Fedora 9 installed on my Hp Laptop and I have Windows Vista on my other
Hp Laptop. I also have Red Hat installed in a Desktop system. The issue that I
have is that I can telnet OUT anywhere from my Hp Laptop that has Fedora on it
but I cannot telnet in any time. I have tried everything that I could even
taking the Security off the Hp Fedora. I am at a loss. I have tried to send may
messages to see if anyone can hep but to no avail.
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