if you like to use hosts.equiv you should try rsh or rlogin, then it should
work (not in telnet).
some operating systems (not all) support telnet’s “-a” option, telling your
name (“root”) to the host. so you haven’t to type “root” anymore. passwords
are necessary - or create logins having no password on remote system, then
you can run thru.
Kamil Parkanyi <firstname.lastname@example.org> schrieb in im Newsbeitrag:
I have a little question. I have to use a lot of telnet connections and
time I must enter login and password. I’ve tried to use hosts.equiv and
rhosts but it doesn’t work.
I’m logged in on my PC as a root and I want to run remote connection as a
Is there a possibility to use shell script or input from file(some
I spend a lot of time typing ‘root’ and appropriate password.