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Old 10-23-2003, 06:11 AM   #1
tungaw2001
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Rlogin Problem SOS Please


Hi All,

Please help me on how to configure the rlogin to connect from SCO 5.05 to Redhat Linux 9.0 thru rlogin command. I've already made some steps on how but still it can't connect. These are the this i have done so far:

on SCO (this is the client machine), i ave a "tis" user that will connect to Redhat Linux 9.0.

1. created a /etc/hosts.equiv , added Scoserver name.
2. created .netrc on user's home directory.


On Redhat Linux 9.0 (server machine where i will connect).

1. added the SCO server name on /etc/hosts.equiv
2. added .rhosts file on /home/user's dir.

I also checked the /etc/xinetd.d/rlogin if it is disable, but it isn't.

My question is how can i make this work?

Thanks,
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