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Old 04-04-2002
TCP Wrappers

I have installed TCP wrappers , Good package ...
I have a problem with the hosts_options part ...

I am not able to use the twist command .. It just dosent respond

I have compiled wrappers 7.6 for Solaris 8 with ipv6 support ...

Everything works fine except the twist doesnt work
I have given in hosts.deny
in.telnetd: All : twist /bin/echo <message>

The twist echo message dosent come up on the client .

Someone had a problem like this b4

Reply at ur convenience

# 2  
Old 04-05-2002
I got it .
I did not compile with the -DPROCESS_OPTIONS

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