[Tutor] A Telnet problem
zmerch at 30below.com
Sun Sep 5 23:25:39 CEST 2004
Rumor has it that W X Liu may have mentioned these words:
>I am writing a program to connect a MUD(Telnet) server, here is the program:
Are you sure they're lowercase? Case sensitivity will create havoc here... ;-)
It's better to do this:
A trick from the old BBS dayz... ;-)
Why are you adding this?
And this... Are you *sure* that the server's hosted on a Winders PC &
*requires* a Winders line-ending? Most telnet servers don't...
You know cleartext passwords are a security no-no, right? ;-)
>But it doesn't work, who can help me to fix it? Thanks a lot.
When I was working with telnetlib, I was connecting to a USRobotics modem
server, but telnets being telnets, this is what I had to do to to get the
computer to recognize the text:
Note the \r -> This is what worked for me for a line-ending when working
with telnetlib, but I have never connected to anything else other than that
Roger "Merch" Merchberger
Roger "Merch" Merchberger --- sysadmin, Iceberg Computers
Recycling is good, right??? Randomization is better!!!
If at first you don't succeed, nuclear warhead
disarmament should *not* be your first career choice.
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