[uClibc] rsh server

Bennett Todd bet at rahul.net
Wed Jun 8 16:38:00 UTC 2005

2005-06-08T16:23:41 maryam:
> The reason why I have to go with rsh is because
> it's non-interactive.

I use non-interactive ssh all the time, it's a favourite plumbing
fixture. More robust as well as more secure than non-interactive
rsh. ssh can be non-interactive with rhosts files, in the style
of rsh, but that's just plain nasty. Generate a private/public
keypair with ssh-keygen, don't set a passphrase (just hit enter when
prompted for one), put the public key in ~/.ssh/authorized_keys on
the server end, and ssh is non-interactive.

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