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Re: ls id
Re: ls id
Tue, 4 Feb 2003 14:00:40 -0500
...and then Gann, Geoffrey P. said...
% On my 7.2 redhat systems, I am seeing something odd in that when I send an
% ls command to another
% machine, ie.
% rsh anothermachine ls
% the output is that for the root userid, instead of my 'regular',
% non-privileged id.
How do you mean?
% If I explicitly specify ~ in the ls command, ie
% rsh anothermachine "ls ~"
% I get the expected results listing contents of my home directory.
% Not sure what I've done wrong but if someone could provide a clue or 2, I'd
% appreciate it.
Well, some more detail would help greatly. For starters, what do you get
when you try
rsh anothermachine "uname -a ; id ; pwd"
in the same manner?
% Geoff Gann
% WorkStation Systems Support
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