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Old 7th June 2013
unixjingleman unixjingleman is offline
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Default need help with my own rlogind.c

Sorry ignore this thread i've removed it because it was so horribly embarrassing. It was just some ramble that didn't make much sense as a relevant topic for a question here, i feel. Plus it looked like i'd made rlogind.c even worse than it already was because, for some reason that eludes me, i did the i/o without select(2) and didn't make use of non-blocking i/o.
So it was horribly bad and i'd rather forget about it, even though i've possibly made this thread even more meaningless by editing it.

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Old 7th June 2013
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And yes the firewall is off on the server, when i test the program. Also i don't use rcmd, on the client, to initiate the normal rlogin login. I just send the username to the server. The server then passes this username to /bin/login which is exec()'d as written above.

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Old 9th June 2013
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unixjingleman also posted this question to linuxquestions.org as:

http://www.linuxquestions.org/questi...-c-4175465118/
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Old 1st July 2013
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How extremely embarrassing. The problem was i was returning from the parent after the child had been forked to do the execle of /usr/bin/login so that i wasn't wait()ing for the child or calling a function to handle the reads/writes to/from the socket/pty(ptmx).
Sorry(again) for posting such a trivial problem!
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