The original message:
We have a few SPARCstation2 running SunOS Release 4.1.1. I was using
a remote tape drive ( /dev/rst1 ) with the "rsh" utility, and this worked fine
for a while. All of a sudden it is not working anymore.
For example, as root:
% rsh ser0 ls
ser0: ser0: No such file or directory
% rsh localhost ps
localhost: localhost: No such file or directory
As indicated by almost everyone who responded, my path variable was incorrect.
I was using the /usr/lib/rsh rather than /usr/ucb/rsh. The fix was to move
/usr/ucb before /usr/lib in the path variable.
Thanks to all who responded
firstname.lastname@example.org (Micky Liu)
email@example.com (Casper Dik)
Pauline van Winsen ups!pauline@fourx.Aus.Sun.COM
firstname.lastname@example.org (Torsten Metzner)
Name: Mohammed Moin Uddin (Alias: Pablo)
Email: MUddin@uh.edu or email@example.com
(H): 8431 Hearth #36, Houston, Tx 77054. Tel: (713) 667-0826
(W): University of Houston, Houston, Tx 77204-5502 Tel: (713) 743-1561
"For him who follows a path of seeking knowledge, Allah will ease for him
the path to Paradise." [Muslim]
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