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security tool has error messaage "Account has a .rhost file" , how do I fix it.

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I never use rhosts so I do not know how to config it.

How I I find this file and nuke it ?

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Go into the $HOME for that user, (usually /home/loginname )
do an
ls -a (to see hidden files, in other words, those who starts with a dot).
and
rm .rhost*

hope this helps..
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More than just helped !!

totally on target !!!
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