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Re: hardlinked hosts.equiv

On Mon, Jul 26, 1999, Michel Kaempf wrote:
> I don't know if this is a bug or a feature... I am using a diskless
> client station, which mounts its / from an NFS server. When the
> client's /etc/hosts.equiv file is hardlinked to the server's
> /etc/hosts.equiv file, I won't be able to rlogin the client without
> supplying my password. But if the same /etc/hosts.equiv file is a
> standalone file (not hardlinked to the server's file), everything works
> fine. Any ideas ?

I don't understand how this is possible. Do you really mean hard
link ?

If you first create the client's file, and then hardlink the server's
to it, does it still work ?

Samuel Hocevar <sam@via.ecp.fr> - http://www.via.ecp.fr/~sam/
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