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Hi, Currently, i am using Redhat Linux Enterprise 4. In default, Redhat use Kerberos login. I can't rlogin from remote workstation to local workstation, may i know what should i ...
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    How to enable remote login by using rlogin


    Hi,

    Currently, i am using Redhat Linux Enterprise 4.

    In default, Redhat use Kerberos login. I can't rlogin from remote workstation to local workstation, may i know what should i do so that i can rlogin from other workstation?

    Thanks

    Have a nice day

    Best Regards,
    TCYE

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    Are you sure you want rlogin and not ssh? Since its not safe..
    Well you might want to check this out:
    http://www.linuxforums.org/forum/lin...ogin-work.html
    http://www.css-security.com/download..._config_v3.pdf
    If you decide you want to go safe check out:
    OpenSSH

    Hope this helped.
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    How to enable rlogin

    Hi,

    Thanks for your helps, i will try this out

    By the way, may i know the remote workstation need to install Kerberos package for rlogin purpose?

    Thanks

    Have a nice day

    Best Regards,
    TCYE

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    Well after googling abit for a Ticket that you need to login.
    Kerb. generates a ticket for you that you need to use to login using rlogin.
    I guess this is done for security in the old days.
    Since well now you can just Sniff and get whats going over there.
    Or even worse. you can simply hijack after the login.
    Anywho thats just a Guess. Since I dont reallt got your question.
    you might want to take a look at Introduction to UNIX Kerberos Clients

    Well, hope that helps.

    Cheers,
    Robin
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