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I wanted to run remote commands on a suse linux machine from another redhat linux machine. How to enable SUSE to listen to this remote shell commands ?

In normal linux i need to start the service rshd how about in SUSE Linux.

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rsh? 80's called, they need their protocols back. Use ssh.

In SUSE you can temporarily (that means, until next reboot) start ssh daemon with service sshd start. Should you need it to start automatically at boot time, use chkconfig sshd on.

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+1 for making me laugh :) – wzzrd Jul 14 '11 at 10:07
Thank You So Much. I am not so mach acquainted with Linux........ – Dungeon Hunter Jul 14 '11 at 10:15

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