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SubjectRe: RSH problem is back
On Thu, 7 Nov 1996, Kees Bakker wrote:

> Can someone confirm that this is really a problem? Here is the shell script
> to use for testing:
>
> #! /bin/sh
>
> if [ ! -f null ]
> then
> dd if=/dev/zero of=null count=100
> echo 'End of File' >>null
> fi
> rsh localhost cat null </dev/null
>
> If you run it on non-linux platforms you will see the text "End of
> File". As long as the 'receiving' rsh is on Linux it will fail.

Using kernel 2.0.23 and rsh from Netkit-B-0.07B, it breaks. Using ssh
1.2.14, it works properly. Does that mean it's not a kernel bug?


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