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Configuring RSH

Posted on 2004-10-06
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 Haii,
              I have to configure RSH in my PC (Redhat Lnux 9) so that i can connect  to the servers (with Redhat Adv Server 2.1 and 3.0) without any passwords.
 
               So can anyone of u tell me how to configure RSH in Redhat Linux

 Thanks and Regards
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short anwer: Don't.
longer answer: Allow rsh on the remote servers (check out hosts.allow & hosts.deny in /etc), make sure it passes thru tcp wrappers they may be using (/etc/xinet.d/* if I remember correctly), and then add the hostname of the connecting host to that users ~/.rhosts file on the server. Thats it.

BUT, You should use ssh and configure that for passwordless access as described here:
http://www.akadia.com/services/ssh_scp_without_password.html
and here:
http://www.asiaosc.org/article_62.html

cheers
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