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Linux in a Nutshell

This directory of Linux commands is from Linux in a Nutshell, 5th Edition.

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rlogind

in.rlogind [options]

TCP/IP command. Server for the rlogin program, providing a remote login facility, with authentication based on privileged port numbers from trusted hosts. rlogind is invoked by inetd when a remote login connection is requested. The login process propagates the client terminal's baud rate and terminal type as found in the TERM environment variable.

Options

-a

Verify hostname.

-h

Permit superuser .rhosts files to be used. Ignored if pluggable authentication module (PAM) support is enabled. Control through /etc/pam.conf instead.

-l

Do not authenticate hosts via a nonroot .rhosts file. Ignored if pluggable authentication module (PAM) support is enabled. Control through /etc/pam.conf instead.

-L

Do not authenticate hosts via .rhosts or hosts.equiv files. Ignored if pluggable authentication module (PAM) support is enabled. Control through /etc/pam.conf instead.

-n

Suppress keep-alive messages.


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