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Old 08-07-2003, 05:32 PM   #1
thelight1
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pidentd config


Hi

I have pidentd installed and running with .noident feature disabled as i want users to be locked to there username when on irc etc for abuse.

I need to make one single user to be made an exception to the case, where they would be allowed to spoof there ident.

Ive read through the documentation and cant see anything. Does pidentd have this feature? and if not, can anyone recommend a better or more up to date ident daemon?

thanks
Simon
 
  


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