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starting rexec client in Linux

Posted on 2000-04-13
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How do I get this to load on a Linux system? I am tring to get the Exceed X emulator working on a remote PC. It connects just fine with rlogin or telnet but Xstart is refused.
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Yuu might have rexecd disabled on your linux box.
Check to see if its commented out of /etc/inetd.conf.

If thats not the problem, your tcp wrapper could be blocking rexecd.
Check /etc/hosts.allow and /etc/hosts.deny.
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There is no rexecd entry in inetd.conf, commented out or otherwise. Also, hosts.allow and hosts.deny are both empty. What is the syntax to enter the rexecd function into inetd.conf?
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Works great.
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