How to enable 'rsh' for user=root ?
banibrata.dutta at gmail.com
Sat May 19 14:50:45 UTC 2007
I've tried several recommendations to enable 'rsh' for the user
'root'. I know about the pitfalls and dangers or doing same, but I
must have this because of particular need for the software suites I am
I am able to run 'rsh' just fine for all other users. It's just for
'root' that I am facing problems.
I've attempted by adding 'rsh', 'rlogin', 'rexec' in /etc/securetty
file, i.e. first three lines. Didn't help.
I've attempted by adding the 'server_options = o' & 'server_options =
-o' in the /etc/xinitd.d/rsh file. Didn't help.
On running the following,
# rsh <myhostname> pwd
Trying krb4 rsh...
krb_sendauth failed: You have no tickets cached
trying normal rsh (/usr/bin/rsh)
Also, if someone is aware of how to disable the feature of rsh to
attempt connection using Kerberos ?
thanks & regards,
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