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configuring rlogin

Posted on 2007-04-09
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OS:-  Red Hat Enter Prise Linux Advance Server 4 update 4
Machine : HP Blade 35p

I had configured the rlogin on the server . But When I use rlogin to this server from other servers I have to give the password.

Shall I have to change the /etc/hosts.equiv. If I have to enable all the hosts  what has to be done.

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Prasad
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The steps that you need to do are described here http://www.beowulf.org/archive/2002-December/009106.html
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