> What's the "in" bit in in.identd?
"internet" - ie: it uses normal TCP/IP sockets to communicate with the
outside world. Some other daemons are called, for example "rpc.nfsd" to
indicate that they use the RPC mechanism to talk to everyone.
Colm Buckley B.A. B.F. # colm at tuatha.orgcolm.buckley at cs.tcd.ie
Department of Computer Science # +353 87 2469146 # whois cb3765
Trinity College, Dublin 2, Ireland. # http://www.tuatha.org/~colm/
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