SUMMARY: can not rsh

From: Ameet Chaubal (
Date: Thu Oct 22 1998 - 13:39:40 CDT

Hi all

Thanks for the help
I had some funky stuff in my /etc/inetd.conf
Instead of /usr/sbin/in.rshd I had /usr/sbin/tcpd. Which I guess is some
kind of custom script
or tacp wrapper generated by previous admin.
When I changed that everything was ok

Thanks everybody for the help


Original Question:

>Hi All
>I can not rsh from machine A to Machine B
>On B I have taken care of hosts.equiv, /.rhosts, ~/.rhosts etc
>I don't get permission denied message, but the prompt just returns.
>If I do rlogin it gives the following error
>Protocol error, B closed connection
>Is there anything like /etc/pam.conf
>Please help
>Caribiner International

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