[TriLUG] rlogin on Red Hat 7.1?
Thu, 30 Aug 2001 17:25:40 -0400
Thanks for that "*exactly*" part -- helped me discover that somehow I'd lost
the trailing "}" character in my xinetd.d/rlogin file. rlogin is working now :-).
Now I'm trying to get rsh working. netstat shows I've got a listener on 514 but
all attempts to rsh into this machine receive "Permission denied". I've also tried
a .rhosts in my home directory to no avail. Any more ideas?
(BTW - This is a truly isolated network)
> Dana L. Smith
> Alternate Route Studios
> (919) 531-4116
From: James Manning [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Thursday, August 30, 2001 1:39 PM
To: 'Triangle Linux Users Group'
Subject: Re: [TriLUG] rlogin on Red Hat 7.1?
> In any event I'm trying to get it working on a Red Hat 7.1 box. I've installed xinetd, and rsh-server and enabled rexec, rlogin and rsh in xinetd.d. For good measure I installed telnet-server and enabled the echo and telnet services for testing. And I signaled xinetd to re-read its configuration.
> The echo and telnet services work fine so xinetd appears to be working okay. Attempts to rlogin to this box just get a "Connection refused".
> What else do I need to tweak?
your mail client's word wrap settings ;) heh j/k
1) so what's xinet.d/rlogin contain *exactly*?
(disable = yes would be bad :)
2) go ahead and stop/start xinetd just to make sure it's *really*
reading new config
3) netstat -na|grep 513|grep LISTEN and see if something's listening
Side note: Any particular task you're trying to perform, esp. one where
we could help you migrate towards an ssh-based or similar
approach? Ignore only if this is a truly isolated network :)
James Manning <email@example.com>
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