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Connect terminal on current local host system (i.e., login) to a remote host system. The .rhosts file in your home directory (on the remote host) lists the hostnames that you're allowed to connect to without giving a password.



Allow 8-bit data to pass, instead of 7-bit data.

-e c

Use escape character c (default is ~ ). You can type ~. to disconnect from remote host, though you'll exit more "cleanly" by logging out.

-l user

Log in to remote host as user , instead of using the name on the local host.


Allow rlogin to run in litout mode.

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