[Beowulf] password-less "rsh"
13200178 Hendra Tampang Allo
hendrata at students.ee.itb.ac.id
Sat Jul 30 08:47:12 PDT 2005
how to remove /usr/karberos/bin form my path?
Soli Deo Gloria & Sola Christa Eterna
On Sat, 30 Jul 2005, John Hearns wrote:
> On Sat, 2005-07-30 at 00:34 +0100, Pete Nevill wrote:
>> I am trying to put a cluster together but seem to have fallen at the
>> first hurdle. A key part of the cluster set up is for the master node to
>> be able to communicate and run processes on the slave nodes. One way I
>> have seen to do this is to use the "rsh" command. Unfortunately I am
>> unable to get this to work in a "password-less" way, actually cannot
>> connect one node to the other using "rsh" without getting a connection
>> refused or unable to authenticate
>> "Trying krb4 rlogin...
>> krb_sendauth failed: You have no tickets cached"
> Peter, as Martin Siegert says you seem to be using the kerberised
> version of rsh, which I think is the default in Fedora.
> Checking on my Fedora 3 laptop, yes: /usr/kerberos/bin/rsh
> You want to use /usr/bin/rsh
> Take the /usr/kerberos/bin out of your PATH
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