chaph and castor are usc's hosts. I'm at bacon.eggleston.com (not up 24-7
yet, but up a lot, and not public either :)), and running Debian 1.1 beta.
I haven't updated the linux part of my web page in ages... I'll do that
right now. I should say that slackware completely crashed my system, but
that'd be pretty mean. :)
For those following this thread, someone else has been helping me off the
list and figured out I didn't have a 'nobody' in my /etc/passwd file.
It's a bug but he had heard something about it before, so recommended not
to register it. Anyways, l8rs.
On Fri, 3 May 1996, Susan G. Kleinmann wrote:
> I didn't have any trouble finger-ing you either at chaph.usc.edu or at
> castor.usc.edu. Perhaps you've solved the problem by now. If not,
> what site did you have trouble with? Also, what versions of netbase
> (which contains tcpd) and netstd (which contains in.fingerd) are you using?
> I notice that on your WWW page you do not refer to Debian Linux, but only
> to Slackware and RedHat. If you're not using the Debian distribution (and,
> probably, a clean Debian distribution at that), then this mailing list would
> (in general) have no information on how the various network utilities
> were set up in those distributions.
> Susan Kleinmann
- Re: fingerd
- From: "Susan G. Kleinmann" <firstname.lastname@example.org>