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The server maintains a location and subscription database for all the receiving clients. All zephyrgrams are sent to the server to be routed to the intended recipient.
This version of the server uses Kerberos V for message authentication.
This is the Project Athena Zephyr notification system. Zephyr allows users to send messages to other users or to groups of users. Users can view incoming Zephyr messages as windowgrams (transient X windows) or as text on a terminal.
To run a zephyr server with MIT Kerberos support, you need to generate a keytab for the principal zephyr/zephyr@YOUR.REALM.NAME. Doing this with the MIT Kerberos V server is a slightly convoluted process, but here we go: [Note that this presumes that you have Kerberos administrator privileges, if you don't, find someone who does.] At the kadmin prompt, type ank -randkey zephyr/zephyr this cre more»
ZEPHYRD(8) ZEPHYRD(8) NAME zephyrd - Zephyr server daemon SYNOPSIS /usr/etc/zephyrd [ -d ] DESCRIPTION zephyrd is the central server for the Zephyr Notification System. It maintains a location database of all currently logged-in users, and a subscription database for each user's Zephyr clients. more»
zephyr (3.0.2-2) unstable; urgency=low * Oops, you need to have automake installed if you want to use autoreconf. Do so. Closes: #658192 -- Karl Ramm <firstname.lastname@example.org> Tue, 31 Jan 2012 23:09:50 -0500 zephyr (3.0.2-1) unstable; urgency=low * New upstream release. * Actually insulate the postinst from the rc script failing. Closes: #638260 * Install a Danish debconf tranlation more»
This package was debianized by Karl Ramm <email@example.com> on Mon, 4 Dec 2000 05:28:22 -0500. It was d more»