sven dominka wrote:
I need a little help. I want to connect a QNX-machine with a
WIN2K-machine. I use Ethernet-LAN. I can ping the WIN2K-machine from QNX
and vice versa, so the connection seems to be all right. But when I try
telnet,ssh,slogin,rsh or rlogin, it doesn’t work (connection refused).
I’ve tried it as su and as normal user.
Can somebody tell me, what to do???
Hi Sven -
IIRC, you have to start up inetd yourself, typically in an rc.local
file. if you don’t have an rc.local file, create it in /etc/rc.d using your
favorite qnx editor. All it needs is one line with
in it. Then do “chmod a+x rc.local” to make it an executable file. The main
init file will pick up rc.local and execute it for you, thus starting inetd.
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