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Old 2005-11-22, 21:19   #4
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I will pm you the script I use.

The servers share out their llr directories. I then mount these shares on my workstation under "/home/paul/mnt".

ssh is the same as telnet but is encrypted, hence the name "secure sh". Telnet is open to "man in the middle atack". Telnet is fine if you are working in a secure area. to run ssh just type something like "ssh 192.168.0.3" and you will be prompted for a password to that computer. This assume you have a ssh server and a ssh client.

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Is there a way of not telnetting to the other system?
At some point you will need to log on to the server to set up LLR with a new input file

Perhaps someone with more experience will help out.

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