Re: CUPS, Alpine, and printserving : telnet weirdness

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On Sun, 02 Nov 2008 03:47:36 +0100, Björn Persson wrote:

> Beartooth wrote:

>> [[email protected] ~]$
>> telnet 192.168.a.c 631 -bash: telnet: command not found
> You're on the wrong machine. You installed Telnet on Hbsk2. Then you
> SSHed into Msgv, where Telnet is not installed.

	Oh, blitherition! I gave them names just so I could keep track, 
and I *still* mix them up. <sob, gasp, sound of head beating on 
computer ...>

	Meanwhile, I've shut all four machines down, and am in process of 
booting them up again -- whereupon I'll go into system-config-firewall 
and enable both IPP server and client as trusted (taking that to mean 
"trusted within the LAN") on them all; I suppose, now that I know more, I 
might as well install telnet, too. (I've known it save me, more than 
once, to be able to get into a machine that couldn't run its X-server.) 
Stay tuned.

Beartooth Gerontoflatulocrat, Curmudgeon On Line
They say aging isn't so *very* bad, compared to
the alternative; but at times you wonder ...

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