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    Question creating a telnet daemon

    Hi to all!
    Here's the deal:I want to create a telnet client and a telnet server (in C)just to practise and to learn some things about how exactly these services work(i would like to try an ssh daemon later )
    I just want to ask where could i find the documentation I need? I know C,but dont have a clue about how I am goin to do this thing....
    Thanks in advance
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    search google.

    have a look on sourceforge, im sure theres millions of projects like this!

    http://www.planet-source-code.com
    http://www.programmersheaven.com

    and check the RFC, these are important documents that detail how something should work.

    (its rfc854)

    I thought i'd be nice and give you the like -

    http://www.faqs.org/rfcs/rfc854.html

    HTH!

    i2c

    (ps - good english by the way, my extend of greek extends to yamass and malaka, how ever there spelt...)

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    Have a look through the FreeBSD sources:

    http://www.freebsd.org/cgi/cvsweb.cg...ontrib/telnet/
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    A tiny bit off topic.. my telnet replacement daemon: http://tp2.be/cvs/ansid/

    http://tp2.be/cvs/ansid/ansidaemon.c...viewcvs-markup

    this one runs on port 2003 (unpriv) and needs iptables (or something) to throw it on port 23
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    Thanks to all for answering....I 've just visited the liks the RFC page seems alot interesting but I should read it carefully...also the BSD sources may be useful to me in order to fully understand what I should do...jinx the link you said takes quite alot to load so I didn't see it (I have aptitude running! )
    i2c thanks for the comment! in fact malakas means ******* and yamas means hi!Have you ever been to Greece?A lot of tourists were here during the stupid Olympic Games (just a waste of money and an exposition of new drugs for athletes)
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