R: Re: rsh fails: [WAS] pvm connection problems
vdemart1 at tin.it
Wed Nov 30 15:01:19 GMT 2005
>Da: jhb at freebsd.org
>A: <freebsd-cluster at freebsd.org>
>Cc: "Vittorio De Martino"
<vdm.fbsd at virgilio.it>, <freebsd-questions at freebsd.org>
>Ogg: Re: rsh
fails: [WAS] pvm connection problems
>On Wednesday 30 November 2005
08:30 am, Vittorio De Martino wrote:
>> Context: 2 pentium 4 boxes;
freebsd 5.4 & 6.0
>> I detected that remote login via "rsh" doesn't
work in my boxes:
>> # rsh uffbsd
>> uffbsd.myd.prv: Connection
>> even though I've defined the trusted hosts on each box
>> $HOME/.rhosts and in /etc/hosts.equiv.
>> I've also
uncommented the shell lines in /etc/inetd.conf to no avail.
should I do to enable the (mistrusted) rsh connection?
>Do you have inetd enabled (inetd_enable="YES" in /etc/rc.conf) and is
Actually no, but...
>From the standpoint of my first
box, NbBSD (freebsd 6.0) I did the following steps
inetd_enable="YES" at the end of /etc/rc.conf
2) modified /etc/inetd.
conf uncommenting the line
shell stream tcp nowait root
(I don't know if it helps, anyway!)
4) I've checked the presence of inetd via top. It
5) Under user victor there's a .rhosts file containing:
(user victor exists on the box uffbsd and
uffbsd.myd.prv is also present in the box NbBSD in /etc/hosts: I can
6) I reciprocate the same configuring steps on the other
Well in the end:
# rsh uffbsd
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