Solution: Startup is a program for automating host access
and X client startup with using the REXEC or RSH protocol.
You can enter a single command and execute one on a host,
or run a local startup file that will automatically start one or more X
In order to use Startup, your host system must support either
the REXEC or RSH protocol.
Besides, you need to know the following information about any
host you want to connect to:
1)For REXEC startup, your user ID name and password.
2)For RSH startup, your user ID name. Some hosts require your
PC to be authorized before using RSH, as it does not require a
password. On UNIX systems, you need to add your PC name to
the host's /etc/hosts.equiv and the $HOME/.rhosts files .
Please check /etc/inetd.conf and /etc/services files on the remote host.
The service file is a local source of information regarding each service
available trough the Internet.
The service file must contain a entry for each service. Each entry
has the form:
servis-name port/protocol aliases.
The /etc/inetd.conf file contains the list servers that inetd invokes
when it receives an Internet request over a socket. Each server entry
must be composed of single line of the form:
service-name end-point-type protocol wait-status uid server-progtam
Please check that this files contains lines:
"exec ..." for REXEC,
"shell ..." for RSH.
By using the "Startup" utility execute
"PATH_TO_XTERM_PROGRAM/xterm -display $(LOCALIP):0&"
command, where "PATH_TO_XTERM_PROGRAM" is path to
the xterm program.