Donncha O Caoimh wrote:
> The PCW Unix column this month mentioned a command called "xon" (man
> Of course, having .rhosts files could be asking for trouble..
.rhosts is bad. Even worse he was recommending using xhost <hostname> to
do X stuff remotely.If you want to run remote X then use xauth, and a shared
makes that easier.
xon is just a shell script that run xterm if it's run with no arguments, and
on every X machine.
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