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Re: installing rsh and rlogin servers - rshd and rlogind
- From: Marilo <narium85-mlscar at yahoo dot co dot uk>
- To: cygwin at cygwin dot com
- Date: Sun, 13 May 2012 20:20:21 +0100 (BST)
- Subject: Re: installing rsh and rlogin servers - rshd and rlogind
- Reply-to: narium85-mlscar at yahoo dot co dot uk
I wasn't looking right
That's a useful command.. I see some servers now.
I am surprised /usr/sbin isn't in the PATH though..
$ echo $PATH
$ cygcheck -l rsh-server
--- On Sun, 13/5/12, David Sastre Medina wrote:
> From: David Sastre Medina
> Subject: Re: installing rsh and rlogin servers - rshd and rlogind
> To: cygwin
> Date: Sunday, 13 May, 2012, 12:52
> On Sun, May 13, 2012 at 11:29:52AM
> +0100, Marilo wrote:
> > I know ssh is the recommended thing, it has encryption
> and public keys.
> > But I would like to install and try rsh and the like
> nonetheless to see
> > what it was like. I'm the only person on my LAN and
> it's just for my LAN.
> > I would like to use rsh and rlogin, and their
> respective servers
> > I can see the rsh and rlogin commands, but not their
> > There is a package called rsh-server, but i've looked
> for the file rsh-server
> > and not found it, and I see no packages mentioning rshd
> or rlogind or telnetd
> > and I don't see those files on my system.
> and check the output of
> $ cygcheck -l rsh-server
> Primary key fingerprint: AD8F BDC0 5A2C FD5F A179? 60E7
> F79B AB04 5299 EC56
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