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> About "qlogin", user can not use qlogin normally
lxl63
post Jan 14 2004, 06:56 PM
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I have installed a linux server (on master machine and many running machine ) for learning linux. I had add a new account on my linux server. Usually I can use "qlogin" to login from master machine to other running machines. But this time the new user I create can not use qlogin any more. It gives:

Waiting for interactive job to be scheduled .....timeout (3 s) expired while waiting on socket fd 4
Your "qlogin" request could not be scheduled, try again later.

I appreciate if any one who is master in linux can give me some advise, and tell me how to solve this problem. Thanks a lot!!!!!!!!!!
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hughesjr
post Jan 16 2004, 06:51 AM
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What is the linux distro you are using ... I normally use ssh to connect to remote Linux machines ... and I haven't used a program called qlogin for anything. I did see a project called qlogin on Frehmeat.net ... here is an article on qlogin...is that the program you are trying to use?


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