Originally Posted by supert
# ps aux | grep telnet
shows that telnetd is run from
/mnt/us/usbnet/bin/busybox telnetd -F
This means you need the `usbNetwork running to start the telnet daemon.
It would be nice to hack so that telnetd auto starts.
Alas as I wrote, I *do* have usbNetwork running and still no telnetd. Thanks supert, can I ask which version of the usbNetwork hack you run (mine is v0.30n on a Kindle 3 Wifi)?