[Beowulf] rsh don't see the real variables

Gustavo Gobi Martinelli gustavo at martinelli.etc.br
Sat Oct 9 15:49:10 EDT 2004


I'm trying to make the pvm 3.4.5 work, but I'm having a problem with "rsh".

if I execute the command:

# rsh 192.168.0.2 'set'

I will see a list of variables that isn't in the .bash_profile of root user.

But, if I execute this:

# rsh 192.168.0.1

the login occurs and I can execute

# set

Now, I can see the variable that I need.

What did happen? How can I find the local where I can declare the variables that
will be appear with " rsh 192.168.0.1 'set' " command?

Because this, the PVM doesn't work. It needs see $PVM_ROOT variable that exists
in .bash_profile but not in "rsh" session.

Someone know anything about it? I'm using the Fedora Core 2 with kernel 2.6.7.

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Atenciosamente,
Gustavo Gobi Martinelli
Linux User# 270627
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