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I want to be able to run a script after logging into a machine. .login/.cshrc etc files are not the answer. What I want to be able to do is something along the lines of...
rlogin machine_name -execute command/script_name
I know rsh can do this but it then returns you to the original machine, is there a way I can stay logged into the target machine. man rsh/rlogin, google etc. all done, ssh not an option unfortunately. I'm beginning to think this is not possible.
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Peter Aherne, Software Engineer, Motorola Ireland Ltd.
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