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Top Forums UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers Enabling Rexec ???? Post 16172 by raichuu on Tuesday 26th of February 2002 02:04:55 PM
Old 02-26-2002
Enabling Rexec ????

Can someone tell me how I would enable Rexec on a UNIX machine? And is the procedure different on the different systems - Solaris, HP-UX -etc.



Last edited by raichuu; 02-26-2002 at 05:45 PM..

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