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How to use the file .shosts?
What's the difference with .rhosts?
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Never heard about shosts... what system are you on?
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I use AIX 4.1.4 on a RS6000 machine
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.shosts works about the same way as .rhosts, but only for ssh/slogin, not for rsh/rlogin.
See man ssh for details.

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