Subject: Re: krb5
To: Aidan Cully <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Jonathan Stone <jonathan@DSG.Stanford.EDU>
Date: 04/08/2000 17:09:32
In message <20000408145455.B18817@ozymandias.kublai.com>Aidan Cully writes
>krlogin/krsh/klogind/krshd are none supporting krb5 at the moment,
>and I have no current plans to make rlogin work with k5. Correct me
>if I'm wrong, but rlogin has no advantages over using telnet?
Minor correction: at some sites where Kerberos is deployed, some hosts
run telnetds which don't do krb at all (e.g., because they run SRP,
and the idjut who implemented SRP putit in a non-kerberized telnetd).
When that happens, krlogin on the client is a life-saver.