Subject: README: rcmd(3) changed.
To: None <current-users@NetBSD.ORG>
From: matthew green <email@example.com>
Date: 05/27/1997 01:22:46
[ the important bit is at the end ]
i've commited some changes to rcmd(3) to allow alternative methods of
executing programs on remote hosts (eg, ssh). if you set the RCMD_CMD
variable to something, eg `ssh', users of rcmd(3) will actually use
ssh to make the remote connection.
due to rcp(1), dump(1) and restore(1) wanting to use the TOS_THROUGHPUT
socket option, i have (for now) forced them to use the old cold. i
will be addressing this shortly.
however, i have removed the setuid bit from rdist(1) !
WHAT THIS MEANS FOR YOU: you will *have* to update your libraries
(well, at least libc) for this change, before compiling userland.