[uClibc] rsh server

maryam maryam_seraj at yahoo.com
Wed Jun 8 16:23:41 UTC 2005

Thank you all for your suggestions.

The reason why I have to go with rsh is because
it's non-interactive. There are quite a few 
scripts on the control plane which rsh into the
data plane to execute a few things. Since I upgraded 
the kernel/busybox versions on the data plane, 
therefore, I need to comply with the way it used 
to be done before, hence having to have a rsh 

Thanks again,

--- Marc Leeman <marc.leeman at gmail.com> wrote:

> > Isn't rsh itself one big vulnerability?! 
> cleartext passwords and all 
> > that?
> Just install dropbear (embedded ssh) and you'll get
> all the
> functionality that goes with ssh :) much better,
> flexible and it goes a
> long way in making windows users aware of security.
> -- 
>   greetz, marc
> No offense, but I say we take this tree-hugger,
> shove him out the
> access port, and get the hezmana out of here.
> 	D'Argo - Bone To Be Wild
> scorpius 2.6.11 #1 Wed Mar 2 16:38:38 CET 2005
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