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Date: Mon, 2 May 88 18:01 CDT
From: Gumby@MCC.COM (David Vinayak Wallace)
Date: Mon, 2 May 88 17:30:02 EDT
From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Peter Clitherow)
unfortunately, if i wish to use a LOGIN service for this random
host, i still have to put this host in my (or someone's LISPM)
After all, if the UN*X folks can get by with less inconvenience,
why shouldn't we?
You can do just what the unix people have to: to the Terminal window you
can type "a.b.c.d :Connection Protocol whatever :Login Protocol whatever"
Unfortunately, this doesn't quite work. I end up in the debugger and need to
select a proceed option. Unless I'm missing something? To wit:
Connect: TOTO.MIT.EDU 1(keywords) 0:Login Protocol 1(a protocol) 0TELNET :Connection Protocol 1(a protocol [default Telnet]) 0Telnet
2Error: TOTO.MIT.EDU does not support LOGIN service with TELNET.
0 Arg 0 (NETI:PROTOCOL-NAME): :TELNET
Arg 1 (NET:HOST): #<FS:UNIX-HOST TOTO.MIT.EDU 12631770>
Arg 2 (NETI:MUST-HAVE-ONE): T
s-A: Use protocol TELNET on medium TCP.
s-B, : Restart process Terminal 2 Typein