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dltd - dumb little telnet daemon
-a next argument is passed to shell
-f specify alternate CreateProcess flags
-n carriage returns send newline also
-p specify alternate port (default 23)
-P specify alternate passwd file (default c:\passwd)
-s specify alternate shell (i.e. bash.exe)
-v version running
dltd is a limited telnet daemon. When invoked it allows telnet
connections to your Windows/95 or Windows/NT machine. There is almost no
security. If you create a c:\passwd file (alternate files are possible with the -P option)
containing a clear text password,
dltd will prompt the user for a password before granting access, otherwise
connection to the machine is automatically given a
shell which is "owned" by the user invoking dltd. By
default starts command.com with Windows95 and cmd.exe with
To run dltd with bash as the "default shell", try:
start dltd -n -s C:/RTR/bash.exe -a -i
dltd does not work properly with cmd.exe under WIndows/NT.
dltd was written by Ready-to-Run Software, Inc. 1995
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