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kevingpo 08-02-2005 06:42 PM

annoying messages from rsh
 
This is my passwordless SSH connection:


Connection to localhost closed.
[kc40@slave ~]$ ssh localhost date
Wed Aug 3 00:36:08 BST 2005
[kc40@slave ~]$ ssh localhost
Last login: Wed Aug 3 00:35:52 2005 from slave
[kc40@slave ~]$


It's good!
However, this is my passwordless RSH connection:


[kc40@slave ~]$ rsh localhost date
connect to address 127.0.0.1: Connection refused
Trying krb4 rsh...
connect to address 127.0.0.1: Connection refused
trying normal rsh (/usr/bin/rsh)
Wed Aug 3 00:36:29 BST 2005
[kc40@slave ~]$ rsh localhost
connect to address 127.0.0.1: Connection refused
Trying krb4 rlogin...
connect to address 127.0.0.1: Connection refused
trying normal rlogin (/usr/bin/rlogin)
Last login: Wed Aug 3 00:36:13 from slave
[kc40@slave ~]$


Does anyone know how to make rsh stop doing whatever it's doing that it's getting connection refused twice? I have edited the /etc/xinetd.d/rsh and /etc/xinetd.d/rlogin files, setting 'disable' to 'no'. Help most appreciated!

Tinkster 08-02-2005 06:56 PM

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kevingpo 08-03-2005 05:37 AM

I just like to tell everybody that at last I found out why my rsh was using
Kerbos5 resulting in annoying messages (when am trying to get a clean passwordless rsh). As I analysed from the list:

Connection refused
Trying krb4
Connection refused
Trying normal

The first being a kerberos 5, then a version 4 try before finally a normal
being successful. I thought there must be more than one version of rsh installed. So I typed 'locate rsh'. I try the first on the list. I typed '/usr/bin/rsh localhost' and that worked fine. Then typed 'which rsh'. To my surprise it says '/usr/kerberos/bin/rsh'. I then
looked at my $PATH and see that that's the first folder that's being pathed. So I removed it. Problem solved.


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