To run a Telnet process in the background in Linux, you can use the following steps:
Now, to run the Telnet process in the background, you can prepend the command with "nohup" (no hang-up) and append "&" at the end. This will allow the process to run even when you close the terminal window. The modified command becomes:
nohup telnet <hostname> <port> &
Once you execute this command, the Telnet process will run in the background, and you can continue using the terminal for other tasks.
Note: Running Telnet without encryption is insecure as it transmits data in plaintext. It is recommended to use SSH (Secure Shell) for remote connections, which provides encryption and enhanced security.