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Multi-Protocol Remote Login

MPRL is a middleware application between a *getty program and SSH, telnet, and other such remote-login protocols. It allows a user at a Linux terminal to log into other systems without needing a valid local user-id. It currently supports telnet, ssh, and /bin/login.

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Recent releases

  •  26 Feb 2004 22:33

    No changes have been submitted for this release.

    •  13 Feb 2004 03:56

      Release Notes: This version fixes a bug, and also now performs a cp, chown, and chmod for mprl.conf to /etc.

      •  12 Feb 2004 15:18

        Release Notes: This is a fixed version of 0.2.0. One bug which caused MPRL to segfault was fixed.

        •  10 Feb 2004 21:58

          Release Notes: This version introduces the ability to configure protocols via a configuration file. It will check /etc/mprl.conf after "make install". If no protocol is defined, it will only allow local logins.

          •  27 Dec 2003 06:51

            Release Notes: This release adds a "-q" command line parameter to quieten output, and enables the telnet protocol. It now uses the "-l" telnet parameter, and unlinks ~mprl/.ssh/known_hosts before running ssh. It also improves the Makefile.


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