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finger-server

The finger daemon.

Finger is a utility which allows users to see information about system users (login name, home directory, name, how long they've been logged in to the system, etc.). The finger-server package includes a standard finger server. The server daemon (fingerd) runs from /etc/inetd.conf, which must be modified to disable finger requests.

You should install finger-server if your system is used by multiple users and you'd like finger information to be available.

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Package version:0.17
Architecture:x86_64
Distribution:CentOS
Filename:finger-server-0.17-33.x86_64.rpm

/usr/share/man/man8/in.fingerd.8.gz

FINGERD(8)           BSD System Manager's Manual          FINGERD(8)

NAME
     fingerd — remote user information server

SYNOPSIS
     fingerd [-wulf] [-pL path] [-t timeout]

DESCRIPTION
     Fingerd is a simple daemon based on RFC1196 that provides an
     interface to the “finger” program at most network sites.  The
     program is supposed to return a friendly, human-oriented status
   
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