PRs for manpage 'telnet(1)'
This is an experimental report containing PRs for manpage 'telnet(1)' as of Sun Dec 8 07:39:26 2013 UTC. See notes.
PRs for manpage 'telnet(1)':
|o||2012/11/19||bin/173728||[patch] add set baud rate support to telnet(1)|
|a||2006/07/18||bin/100496||[patch] Fix to get rid of the telnet(1) to cisco problem|
|o||2006/03/16||bin/94546||[patch] Make telnet(1) accept 'host:port' on command line|
|o||2005/10/07||bin/87022||telnet(1) hang in ptcout|
|o||2002/11/04||bin/44894||markm||telnet(1): as a local non-root user and remote it's possible to make telnet throw up.|
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