On 22 Mar 2001 [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
> Dan Eischen <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
> > This commit broke telnet (or perhaps exposed brokenness that was
> > already present and never noticed):
> > $ cvs -R log -Nr1.6 main.c
> > RCS file: /opt/b/CVS/src/crypto/telnet/telnet/main.c,v
> > [...]
> > description:
> > ----------------------------
> > revision 1.6
> > date: 2001/03/12 03:54:48; author: assar; state: Exp; lines: +14 -1
> > enable auto-negotiation of encrypt and decrypt
> > =============================================================================
> > Telnet no longer catches CTRL-C, CTRL-D, SIGHUP, or CTRL-] quit.
> Apart from that this should not cause that happen, I'm not able to
> reproduce this problem. How should I go about doing that?
As someone else has already posted, the following will reproduce
the behaviour on my system:
bash-2.02$ telnet localhost
Connected to localhost.
Escape character is '^]'.
Trying SRA secure login:
User (deischen): ^C^C^C^C^C^C^C
[ SRA login failed ]
User (deischen): ^Z
+ Stopped telnet localhost
bash-2.02$ kill -9 13164
+ Killed telnet localhost
Once you login and are connected, telnet can then again be escaped
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