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Old 06-07-2001, 11:02 PM   #1
sijones
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Hi there,

I have a linux - nt4 network with both able to ping each other. I RSH and RCP from the nt4 machine from a command line with no problems.

The problem is I tried to set the same thing up on my friends system and it gives me a message
"linuxbox: assword"

Any help would be greatly appreciated.




 
Old 06-09-2001, 04:50 AM   #2
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Originally posted by sijones
Hi there,

I have a linux - nt4 network with both able to ping each other. I RSH and RCP from the nt4 machine from a command line with no problems.

The problem is I tried to set the same thing up on my friends system and it gives me a message
"linuxbox: assword"

Any help would be greatly appreciated.




Dunno. But I use PuTTY on NT 4.0 and OpenSSH on the linux rig. rsh and rcp make me _very_ nervous.
 
  


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