Fedora Telnet install
janina at rednote.net
Tue Aug 9 20:53:01 UTC 2005
Ah, you do know this all archived and accessible via the web, right?
text telnet ip=[ip.address] netmask=[netmask] gateway=[gateway.address]
text telnet ip=192.168.33.123 netmask=255.255.255.0
All on one line, of course.
Then, ping this address. When you get a response, telnet to it.
TIP: If you are on Linux, use alarm ping, e.g.:
ping -a 192.168.33.123
When your ping starts singing, it's time to telnet to the installation.
Chris Norman writes:
> Hi guys,
> Sorry to cover a topic that has already been covered, but my machine has
> just died, so the syntax that Janina sent through for the telnet install of
> Fedora is locked on it.
> Can someone send it please? Not an example please, just the syntax.
> Chris Norman
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