Solaris Common Desktop Environment: User's Guide

Using rlogin

You can use rlogin in an existing Terminal window to log in to a remote host. Once the window is acting as a terminal to the remote host, you can run applications there, redirecting the display back to your system if you desire.

For example, the following command logs onto a system named there, runs the client xload, and redirects the display back to your original system. Assume your system is named here.

rlogin there
xload -display here:0