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Old 10-21-2004, 02:08 PM   #1
fzay
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Question How to configure Pidentd


Dear All,

Recently, I've installed Pidentd-3.0.18.tar.gz on my fedora core 2 box. Here, a little bit confusing me is on how to configure and activated it on fedora. I've search any discussion, tutorial even knowledgebase.. but seems still no answer for pidentd. Might be, a lack of support and documentation.

So, after we installed that application, what shall we do? In normal procedure, we have to edit .conf. Where is Pidentd located it .conf after installation? And how to customization of its .conf?

Anybody can help? Seems there's no answer about this Pidentd.
 
  


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