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rlogin and rcp are considered to be somewhat obsolete nowadays and have been replaced by ssh and scp respectively, the first "s" standing fore "secure". The reason I am telling you this is that both ssh and scp connect to the sshd server via port 22. Coincidence? I think not. Your host system does not have a true rcp or rlogin and has instead aliased both ...


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I know of a few people doing this, or at least things much like it. I have found a few links, in case they help. https://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/QEMU/SunOS_4.1.4 http://defcon.no/sysadm/playing-with-sunos-4-1-4-on-qemu/ found via https://virtuallyfun.com/wordpress/2013/12/05/qemu-sunos-4-1-4/ or in case you like videos: https://www.dailymotion.com/video/...


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