lando is a command execution system for UNIX. It allows you to run commands as a particular user from somewhere else on your network and see the output on your local machine. It supports authentication via standard /etc/passwd, shadow passwords or PAM. Access control is provided by TCP Wrappers. At present, the only client available is for Win32.
|Operating Systems||POSIX BSD FreeBSD Linux Solaris|
Release Notes: The biggest change is that the protocol now supports optional arguments that may be supplied by the user. This should make it possible to write scripts that do just about anything, such as change passwords. Also added some server side variables that are expanded in the command name and the command itself, the binary RPM now properly adds/removes entries from /etc/services and /etc/inetd.conf and fixed some bugs.
Release Notes: Replaced the STL container classes with a simplified list template, so lando should now compile on many more systems with older C++ compilers. Also works on FreeBSD 2.x (and presumably 3.x/4.x) and Solaris 2.7.
Release Notes: Initial release.