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This package contains the server daemon for remote PAW clients. PAW is the Physics Analysis Workstation, a graphical analysis program. Included in the same binary is zserv, the server daemon for the ZFTP protocol; zserv is a macro-extensible file transfer program which supports the transfer of formatted, unformatted and ZEBRA RZ files (CMZ, HBOOK, etc.). It is similar to a standard FTP daemon, although it listens on a different port. Both servers operate through inetd.
Since these servers accept passwords in clear text and do not support SSL or other encryption methods, you should probably only install this package within a trusted LAN. It should be seen as equivalent to vanilla telnetd in terms of security (or lack thereof).
You can choose which of these servers to run via Debconf. If you do not see a Debconf dialog at installation time, or if you want to change your original choice, run "dpkg-reconfigure -plow pawserv". The default is to run only pawserv. Of course you can also make this choice by editing the file /etc/inetd.conf manually. Notes on pawserv ---------------- This program is the server for distribu more»
cernlib (2006.dfsg.2-7) experimental; urgency=low The default FORTRAN compiler on Debian is now gfortran, not g77. In this Debian release of cernlib, CERN libraries have been built with the new gfortran compiler. For the moment, for backwards compatibility it is possible to install gfortran-based and g77-based CERN library runtime packages in parallel. The final vers more»
PAWSERV(8) PAWSERV(8) NAME pawserv - CERNLIB program for serving PAW histograms remotely DESCRIPTION pawserv is the server for distributed PAW. It listens for connections on port 345. pawserv is not in general run from the command line, but only via inetd(8). From the PAW client side, a remote PAW session more»
ZSERV(8) ZSERV(8) NAME zserv - CERNLIB more»
cernlib (2006.dfsg.2-13.2) unstable; urgency=low * Non-maintainer upload with maintainer's agreem more»
This package was debianized by Kevin B. McCarty <email@example.com>. It was downloaded from the UR more»