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In kth-krb4 there was a file inetd.conf.changes. 
I can't find anything similar in heimdal. 

This is what I have been able to figure out:

# Forward credentials
kf      stream  tcp     nowait  root    /usr/heimdal/libexec/kfd     
# Tunnle X through kerberos
kx      stream  tcp     nowait  root    /usr/heimdal/libexec/kxd     
# Telnet and FTP protocol "-a user" forces kerberos
telnet  stream  tcp     nowait  root    /usr/heimdal/libexec/telnetd 
telnetd -a user
ftp     stream  tcp     nowait  root    /usr/heimdal/libexec/ftpd    
ftpd -l -a user

Is this correct? Do I need kf normally?? For remote shell, it was much
There was no manpage and rshd --help only showed this:

Usage: rshd [--no-inetd] [-i] [--kerberos] [-k] [--encrypt] [-x]
[--rhosts] [-l]
   [--port=port] [-p port] [--vacuous] [-v] [-P] [-L] [--version]
-i, --no-inetd       Not started from inetd
-k, --kerberos       Implement kerberised services
-x, --encrypt        Implement encrypted service
-l, --rhosts         Check users .rhosts
-p port, --port=port Use this port
-v, --vacuous        Don't accept non-kerberised connections
-P                   Don't put process in new PAG

What should I use in an krb5-only environment... I guess that I could
use "-k -x" but, 
assar stated in a mail to this list 04 Aug 1999:

> You actually don't need to use `-x' here.  That flag is only needed
> when acting as v4 rshd and then on the `ekshell' port.
> /assar

Does it become encrypted anyway? I'm confused... 

Also, the usage output above fails to explain the option "-L".