The answer is:
Use SSH instead (available from www.ssh.fi).
I'd been avoiding it because we didn't want to run the "r" and I could
find no Macintosh clients.
It was pointed out to me that unlike the r-commands, ssh does permit
an encrypted rlogin like session, including changing username and
requiring the user to provide a password. (which could be reusable, or
skey, or SecurID, or ......)
As for the Mac client, I found one at www.DataFellows.com
Thanks go to: "Matthew Stier" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
According to Marianne Cain:
> Does anyone know if deslogin has been ported to Solaris 2.5.1? And
> if so where I can get it?
> Version 1.3 is the lastest version I have. I can manage to get it
> to compile under Solaris 2.5.1 with gcc 2.7.0 but when I attempt to
> use it, the server dies.
> Marianne Cain
> System Administrator
> Drexel University
> Philadelphia, PA
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