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Re: [ProgSoc] Problem with 'home account' ...
> Hello all,
> I am just curious about the few instances where I logged onto
> and not being able to find my 'home account'? I find it weird because
> I am accepted by the server but my 'chonga' home account is not there.
> This has happened about 3 or 4 times, inclusive of lastnight. I
> usually telnet to charlie and then from the I telnet to ftoomsh.
As Gabby said, use ssh rather than telnet. PuTTY is the first
webpage returned when you search for it on google, it's free and it's
highly configurable. ssh is avaliable pretty much everywhere now,
so there's no reason not to use it!
An alternative to useing ftoomsh is to use sutekh
(sutekh.progsoc.org). Which tends to be more responsive than
Personally, I've never had ftoomsh incorrectly log me in, but I have
had another report a while ago. Can anyone who is having similar
problems email firstname.lastname@example.org, so I can get an idea if the scope
of the problem.
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