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Network Services and Their Client Programs

In an environment that provides network services, you use client programs to request services from server programs that are somewhere on the network. Suppose you have logged in to a workstation and you want to rlogin to a typical UNIX host. You use the local rlogin client program to contact the remote machine's rlogind daemon.