RE: [nslu2-linux] How to start rshd?
Ideally you should be using the secure shell utilities as they are more
secure. But if you insist, rsh is typically installed in the /usr/sbin/
directory, with the rshd daemon as well.
Then to start the daemon properly enable it removing the comment from
inetd.conf which is typically found inside the /etc directory.
This presupposes that you have installed something which resembles a normal
Linux distribution instead of sticking with the default one, and didn't
really use the unslung stuff which is closer to the default one.
Rod if what I have stated isn't the correct way of doing things, please say
so, but not in public.
Gregg C Levine hansolofalcon@...
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> How to start rsh? Start rshd?
> Add something to inetd.conf?
> How to find rshd file?