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Re: After upgrade, Linux 2.4.14 refuses Telnet connections ?!
I ran across the same symptoms when I switched my debug port from COM2
to COM1 - I forgot to enable ser0 (COM1) in the kernel config, so telnet
couldn't open a console. Once I enabled it, telnet worked fine again.
In your case, maybe you should check to make sure your ser2 (the default
debug serial port) is enabled in the kernel config. YMMV.
> Regarding the problem below, we tried to boot a board with:
> ETRAX 100 LX (not MCM)
> Developer Board Rel 2.1.0
> Linux 2.4.14
> and telnetting behaves in the same way, i.e. refuses telnet connections.
> This seems connected with the Kernel upgrade 2.4.5 -> 2.4.14.
> Config files (inetd.conf) looks ok, with telnet enabled, sbin/in.telnetd
> exists etc.
> Anyone experienced this, too ?
> We are a bit in hurry with this project...thanks,
> >Stefano Vicenzetto wrote:
> > Hello,
> > I'm working on ETRAX100LXMCM: I've installed
> > cris-dist 1.17
> > developer board software release 2_1_0
> > linux 2.4.14
> > ETRAX100LXMCM patch
> > and I successfully booted the chip.
> > I can connect to the board via web or ftp but, when I try to connect via
> > telnet, the MCM immediately disconnect me and I get the following
> > Trying 126.96.36.199 ...
> > Connected to 188.8.131.52.
> > Escape character is '^]'.
> > Connection closed by foreign host.
> > ping works fine and I haven't make any change on
> > \files\etc\inittab
> > where is the problem?
> > thanks
> > Stefano Vicenzetto