Difference Between Krb5-telnet And Ekrb5-telnet

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Difference Between Krb5-telnet And Ekrb5-telnet

I want to know the difference between these two services. Both are under xinetd. Both are used for enabling and disabling Telnet service. So, can somebody please explain me the difference between the two ?
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fqterm - BBS client for X Window System written in Qt SYNOPSIS
This manual page documents briefly the fqterm command. This manual page was written for the Debian distribution because the original program does not have a manual page. FQTerm is one of the most widely used BBS client in China, it supports telnet/ssh1/ssh2 protocols and can process ANSI control sequences. It can be used to login BBS sites or *NIX hosts. Almost all the BBSes in Greater China Region are in BIG5 or GBK encoding. So FQTerm only support these two encodings and ASCII. FQTerm is writtern in QT4. Homepage: http://code.google.com/p/fqterm BUGS
FQTerm is designed for Chinese BBS, so it will startup with a simplified Chinese interface (even your locale is not in zh_CN). You can switch it to a English interface by following key sequence "Alt+V,l,e". You can also close fqterm, then open $HOME/.fqterm/fqterm.cfg, change the "language=zh_CN" line to "language=en_US". You can find more information in http://code.google.com/p/fqterm/issues/detail?id=196 SEE ALSO
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