An advanced ident daemon
ident2 is an advanced, configurable ident daemon. You can set it to lie,
not lie, or not return any response at all, and it is per-user configurable
(e.g. if user daniel was IRCing, it'd use ~daniel/.ident for its config, if
user kim was IRCing, it'd use ~kim/.ident). The admin can specify whether
users can configure the type of return they want or not.
ident2 for Debian
Command line switches to include on its inetd.conf line:
* -i: Accept users' config (~/.ident).
* -n: Accept users' ~/.noident to disable an ident reply.
* -r: Random ident reply. Can't think why you'd use it.
Just make sure you don't have conflicting ident daemons.
-- Daniel Stone <email@example.com>, Sat, 7 Apr 2001 14:31:36 +1000
Seek to the section ``INSTALLATION'' if you want the quickie.
I started ident2 awhile ago for several reasons.
A: I needed something to do.
B: I wanted to make my reply something other than my
generic UNIX username, for IRC chaos, I guess.
C: I needed the practice.
D: I wanted to contribute to the community!
I've since grown weary of meddling with this server. A
ident2 - An advanced ident daemon
ident2 is an advanced ident daemon, which can run as an inetd
service or on it's own. It has various features such as user
defined and random replies, extensive logging, and full
ident2 (1.07-1.1+b1) sid; urgency=low
* Binary-only non-maintainer upload for hurd-i386; no sourc
+ incorporated lsof patch which adds support for
SunOS, NetBSD, OpenBSD, OSF
This package was first debianized by:
Daniel Stone <firstname.lastname@example.org> on Sat, 7 Ap
Browse inside ident2_1.07-1.1+b1_hurd-i386.deb