rcp

Brian D. McGrew brian@visionpro.com
Mon Jul 30 20:10:00 GMT 2007


If you're .rhosts file is setup correctly, then yes it is possible.  I
run NIS and everyone's home directory is NFS mounted so anyone can go
anywhere from any machine.  You might have to look at /etc/hosts.allow
or /etc/hosts.deny or /etc/hosts.equiv.

But to answer your question, yes it is possible.

-brian

Brian D. McGrew        { brian@visionpro.com ||
brian@doubledimension.com }
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-----Original Message-----
From: cygwin-owner@cygwin.com [mailto:cygwin-owner@cygwin.com] On Behalf
Of Li_Adrian@emc.com
Sent: Monday, July 30, 2007 12:46 PM
To: cygwin@cygwin.com
Subject: rcp

I know, I'm back again with my ridiculous r-command questions, but
please bear with me.

So I got rsh and rcp to work, but I was just wondering, is it possible
to rcp in the format:

rcp test.txt xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx:/home/

Instead of:

rcp test.txt user@xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx:/home/  ??

The second way works just fine, but for some reason my boss needs it in
the first format.

Any responses would be greatly appreciated! :)

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