[lug] sshd and RH7.0 (aka KRUD)

John Hernandez John.Hernandez at noaa.gov
Mon May 14 16:49:55 MDT 2001

If all you need is rlogin, you can just edit /etc/xinetd.d/rlogin and set disable to 'no'.  Then 'skill -USR1 xinetd' and off you go.

"Michael J. Hammel" wrote:
> I've got a test system running KRUD w/RH7.0 upon which I installed Ximian's
> GNOME.  I then used Red Carpet to install all the updates I could find
> (which worked rather well, as far as I can tell).  Unfortunately, I can't
> find an sshd package that will work with this installation.  I tried
> grabbing the one that Red Carpet points me to but it says I have an OpenSSL
> mismatch with that package.  I tried rebuild the openssh package from
> source, but it didn't build the daemon for some reason.
> All I really want is my rlogin to work again.  I have it working on all my
> RH6.2 boxes but I can't seem to get it running on this box.  Either ssh or
> rlogin would be fine.
> Clues?
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