The rxlist command lists
REXEC services currently defined on the system.
rxlist takes the following options:
Generate a long listing.
A long listing consists
of a four-column table, where the columns contain the following:
The service name.
A text description of the service.
A ``u'' if the -u option was specified with
the rxservice command when the service was defined, or a
hyphen if it was not.
The service definition.
Generate a listing with headings.
The headings, in order of appearance, are: ``SERVICE'',
``UTMP'', and ``DEFINITION''.
If no options are given,
a two-column table of defined services is printed, where
the first column contains the service name and the second
column contains a text description of the service.
REXEC services data base
A remote user invokes the rxlist command indirectly
through the rquery service.
When a user invokes rxlist through rquery,
rxlist reports only
the services currently available to the invoking user