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Re: rhost authentication



On 19 Apr 2005, at 20:32, carlos m. martinez wrote:

Hi,
I have installed RH Fedora core release 1. I can do ssh to another host
in my LAN but I can't do rsh. Te messages are: no route to host (from
host1) and connection refused (from host2).
I need do rsh without type password. I know that it's possible with ssh
too (ssh-keygen, ssh-agent) but I don't care about security and need rsh
to run another application that use it....
What can I do. I'm new in Linux

1. Make sure rsh-server is installed
2. Explicitly enable the *very insecure* rsh service by editing /etc/xinetd. d/rsh
3. Last, make sure the xinetd service is running by running service xinetd start.


Also make sure your firewall is not blocking traffic targeted to the rsh service.


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