The UNIX .rhosts file must be modified to include the names of the remote workstations. If the PRO/5 Data Server is started using root, the .rhosts file located in the user's home directory will need to be modified to include the name of the remote workstation. If the PRO/5 Data Server is started by a user other than root, modify this user's .rhost file in their home directory as follows:
From the TCP/IP client, acquire the name of the workstation by doing one of the following:
Print the current host name: print info(3,4)
View the Network portion of Control Panel.
Using a text editor, open the .rhosts file and enter the name of the workstation(s). The following is an example:
Adding a plus sign (+) after each entry helps reduce 70 series errors if the Data Server is to be started by a user other than the superuser.
Set the .rhosts file permissions to 644.
Under UNIX, it is possible to create an entry in the host.equiv file to signify that the user has permission to log on to the host server from the workstation. Adding a plus sign after each entry helps reduce 70 series errors.