minimal ident (RFC 1413) daemon
It is similar in the purpose to pidentd but with different design goals. It's
a very small and simple daemon that would not give out any sensitive
information. In this regard it is not RFC compliant (RFC 1413 requires the
daemon to be insecure by default).
slidentd is statically compiled (with dietlibc) and quite small (~2kb).
This is the README file for the slidentd package.
To build slidentd at the moment, you just type "make" and "make install". It
only works on linux at the moment, as the tcptable guts are system specific.
They could (and should) be reasonably ported to other unix systems and I'll
happily consider patches which do this, especially to the BSD family of
systems. To build using dietlibc, do "make bu
honest_identd - another minimal RFC 1413 auth server
honest_identd was an offshoot of slidentd, which was itself
designed as a lightweight alternative to the more conven‐
tional pidentd. honest_identd returns a cleartext username
slidentd - a minimal RFC 1413 auth server
slidentd was designed as a lightweight alternative to the
more conventional pidentd. It does not give out any user‐
names or ids or system information to the caller, but simply
returns a random to
slidentd (1.0.0-6.1) unstable; urgency=medium
* Non-maintainer upload.
* Add dependency on upda
0.0.9 + dietlibc support ("make buildmode=diet" to enable diet build)
+ Silly stream repositioning
This package was debianized by Daniel Baumann <email@example.com> on
Sat, 19 Mar 2005 22:54:00 +0100
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