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Uploading cfingerd 1.2.2-1

Hi folks,

I'll upload cfingerd 1.2.2-1 in a few minutes.

Cfingerd is the most flexible fingerd in the unix comunity.  It allows
you to set up fake users to provide special information (try
services@infodrom.north.de for an example), specifying header and
footer files, lets users search through finger etc.

It operates both, on a systemwide and a per user configuration
basis.  It is possible to hide users and call scripts as user (in a
secure environment). Every finger request from other sites could be

This is the first upload, although it is well-tested and coordinated
with Peter Tobias and his netstd package.  It runs here for about one
month.  This version is highly patched to be run secure and operate
exactly as it is described in the documentation. (The original author
has been contacted, he will review my work.)

Anyway if you find any errors or oddities I would like to hear from

 Format: 1.5
 Date: Sun May 19 22:51:12 MET DST 1996
 Package: cfingerd
 Version: 1.2.2-1
 Section: net
 Priority: optional
 Distribution: unstable
 Architecture: i386
 Depends: libc5, netbase (>=2.00)
 Maintainer: Martin Schulze <joey@infodrom.north.de>
 Description: Configurable finger daemon
 Changes: * first release
	  * lots of changes, see debian.ChangeLog for details

cfingerd-1.2.2-1.i386.deb   41040 binary/net
cfingerd-1.2.2-1.diff.gz    17757 source/net
cfingerd-1.2.2-1.tar.gz     87966 source/net

2d5489606dca944bf489dd3e6ceba4e2  cfingerd-1.2.2-1.i386.deb
eb29e191230d716f62589a027cef12a9  cfingerd-1.2.2-1.diff.gz
e6546f44653d159a60b16afd89c723cc  cfingerd-1.2.2-1.tar.gz



  / Martin Schulze * Debian GNU/Linux Developer * joey@debian.org /
 / http://www.debian.org/              http://home.pages.de/~joey/
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