rloginto log onto turing from a window on the workstation. Note that you need to use
/usr/ucb/rloginif you go from the Sweet Hall machines to turing and other hosts that do not use kerberos, while your default rlogin is probably
/usr/leland/bin/rlogin, which is what you need to rlogin between the kerberized machines in Sweet Hall. Since you probably want to use both at some point, the best fix for this is to make a menu item in your
Commandsmenu in your
.twmrcthat opens a window with an appropriate rlogin session to turing - this would look something like:
"turing" !"xhost turing; xterm -geometry =80x30-0-0 -T turing \
-e /usr/ucb/rlogin -l username turing &"
.dvifiles on the workstation, type
setenv DISPLAY elaine2:0.0(or whatever the name of the workstation is in place of
elaine2) in your turing window after logging on. Then type in another window on the workstation
xhost turingwhich tells the workstation you will be displaying things from turing (you don't need to do this second bit if you're using the above TWM menu item).
Once you have done that, if you run some programs in the turing
window, like emacs, or a previewer like
will get a new window popping up on your screen. (If you want to be
able to keep typing in the turing window while your other windows are
active, start the new programs with
the command, like
Here's a guide to Using X Windows (on the Leland Systems).