telnetd not working with the big stack ..

Hi,

just started telnetd manualy … and got the
follwing message:

telnetd &

[1] 765986

telnetd: getpeername: Function not implemented

[1] + Done (1) telnetd

I’m using the big tcpip stack.

What’s wrong?

Armin Steinhoff <A-Steinhoff@web_.de> wrote:

: Hi,

: just started telnetd manualy … and got the
: follwing message:

: # telnetd &
: [1] 765986
: # telnetd: getpeername: Function not implemented
: [1] + Done (1) telnetd
: #

: I’m using the big tcpip stack.

: What’s wrong?

You need to let inetd start telnetd. When started
as above, it’s stdin is not a socket. You’re sending
a getpeername message to a manager other than the
stack.

-seanb

Already settled … I’ve got the answer from the
FAQ.

Armin Steinhoff wrote:

Hi,

just started telnetd manualy … and got the
follwing message:

telnetd &

[1] 765986

telnetd: getpeername: Function not implemented

[1] + Done (1) telnetd

I’m using the big tcpip stack.

What’s wrong?

Sean Boudreau wrote:

Armin Steinhoff <A-Steinhoff@web_.de> wrote:

: Hi,

: just started telnetd manualy … and got the
: follwing message:

: # telnetd &
: [1] 765986
: # telnetd: getpeername: Function not implemented
: [1] + Done (1) telnetd
: #

: I’m using the big tcpip stack.

: What’s wrong?

You need to let inetd start telnetd. When started
as above, it’s stdin is not a socket. You’re sending
a getpeername message to a manager other than the
stack.

Thanks … I have created rc.local and start out
of it inetd and NFS.
Is it the right place? (It works so far …)

Armin