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rlogin [options ] host

Connect terminal on current local host system (i.e., log in) to a remote host system. The .rhosts file in your home directory (on the remote host) lists the hostnames (and optionally, the usernames on those hosts) you're allowed to connect from without giving a password. See also ssh .



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.


Do not have any escape character. Solaris only.

-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 (8-bit data may pass in output only).

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