On 29/11/06, Walter Faleiro <curtorkar at gmail.com> wrote:
> But rlogin to host1 from other systems works just fine
>> I noted that the rlogin used was
> whereas on the other system its
>> I need to fix the system to use non kerberos rlogin.
> Can someone update me on the procedure.
Depending on what exactly you want to do,
chmod -x /usr/kerberos/bin/rlogin
might be enough.
Probably a better option is to configure the system the way you want
it to be. So:
tells you that /usr/kerberos/bin/rlogin is the one used, so
probably shows /usr/kerberos/bin. Unless you've done something
yourself, that is almost certainly set somewhere within /etc.
find /etc -type f | xargs grep /usr/kerberos/bin
will point the finger at files like /etc/profile.d/krb5.csh and
rpm -qf /etc/profile.d/krb5.sh
will tell you which package installed that (on a machine here, I get
rpm -ql krb5-workstation-1.2.7-44
shows me all of the files associated with that package. If you don't
want any of them at all, you can probably get rid of the package.
If you don't have root on the machine, you can re-arrange your own
$PATH to exclude /usr/kerberos/bin, but doing that you'll possibly
miss out on future system updates.
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