[uClibc] rsh server
marc.leeman at gmail.com
Thu Jun 9 06:25:51 UTC 2005
> it's non-interactive. There are quite a few
> scripts on the control plane which rsh into the
$ ssh user at host ls
> 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
I don't think that ssh does anything less than rsh does, only more...
have a look at ssh-keygen. When creating keys without a password, you
just need to pass the public key to the clients that want to access your
Something's not right. Aeryn doesn't even shower without a pulse pistol.
Crichton - A Clockwork Nebari
scorpius 2.6.11 #1 Wed Mar 2 16:38:38 CET 2005 GNU/Linux
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