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Re: rsh fallback to rlogin?
Magnus Holmberg <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> In message <email@example.com>, Assar Westerlund writes:
> >Does anybody really care any longer about the traditional
> >functionality of rsh falling back to calling rlogin when given no
> >command? Otherwise, it's not going to get implemented in heimdal rsh.
> I think yes. It seems like most people never calls rlogin directly, just
> 'rsh host'.
Why does that have to be done in the rsh program? What about a shell
if test $# -eq 1; then
command rsh $*
And there is also the question as to why you would want to run rlogin.