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Old 11-14-2001
PHP In Telnet I can't type anything in password!

I Need Help with Telnet when I login to telnet I type in my Unix
user name and then I push ENTER and I can't type anything in password. CAN ANY ONE HELP ME???
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Old 11-15-2001
Are you sure?
On MOST systems, it will not display what you type in the password area... This is to prevent "shoulder-surfers" from watching you type your password.

Try typing it blindly, then hit enter. What happens then?
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