Re: fingering/pgp keys
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Everything is set right in the configuration file and there are no errors
in the log file. I also set the program to mode 2755 with the group being
'www-data' (I set the home dirs readable/executable to that group for
apache)... it still doesn't work...
On Mon, 4 Aug 1997, Martin Schulze wrote:
> Paul Miller writes:
> > Ok.. I installed cfinger and created the .pgpkey file. When I finger it
> > shows a different output (because of cfinger -- its working) but it
> > doesn't show whats in the .plan or .pgpkey, only user's real name. In the
> > /etc/inetd.conf it runs it as root, so access shouldn't be a problem...
> > what could be? -- try fingering email@example.com
> > - -Paul
> > On Mon, 4 Aug 1997, Martin Schulze wrote:
> > > On Aug 4, Paul Miller wrote
> > >
> > > > How can I set up my system so people can finger for pgp keys? I have no
> > > > idea where to start, but there must be a template file somewhere.
> > >
> > > Very easy. Install cfingerd and extract you pgp key into ~/.pgpkey
> > > (don't forget to chmod 644 it)
> Did you take care of this?
> If so, please take a look at /etc/cfingerd/cfingerd.conf. One can
> configure which information should be given out.
> If you grep for -i pgp in it you should see something like:
> PGP_KEY = ".pgpkey",
> +PGP = [TRUE, TRUE],
> PGPKEY = "PGP Public Key:",
> cfingerd performs some logging so you should be able to read some
> messages from syslog.
> / Martin Schulze * Debian Linux Maintainer * firstname.lastname@example.org/
> / http://www.debian.org/ http://home.pages.de/~joey/
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