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telnet

Connect to a remote computer and run a shell.

The telnet command lets you connect to a command shell on a remote computer. It puts you in a buffer that works much like the Epsilon process buffer, except the commands you type are executed on the remote machine. Provide a numeric prefix argument, or use the syntax hostname:port for the host name, and telnet will connect on the specified port instead of the default port. You can either use the telnet command directly, or specify a telnet: URL to find-file. (Epsilon ignores any username or password included in the URL.)

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