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i have figured it out, please dont reply to this post.

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ident2(8)						      System Manager's Manual							 ident2(8)

ident2 - An advanced ident daemon SYNOPSIS
ident2 [options] DESCRIPTION
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 ran- dom replies, extensive logging, and full administrative control. OPTIONS
The program follows the usual GNU syntax command-line unless it is unsupported on your system. GNU options begin with two dashes(`-') and have much more descriptive names. -h, --help Show summary of options. -u, --usage Shows example command lines -v, --version Show version information -l, --license Show licensing information -a, --force-inetd Force inetd mode, if autodetection isn't working. -d, --force-daemon Force standalone daemon, if autodetection isn't working. -i, --use-user-ident Allow user defined ident replies. Just do a echo 'ident ar' > ~/.ident to change your ident reply. -y, --user-reply-file File ident2 should look for in user's homedir for replies. Default is ~/.ident -n, --allow-noident-file Disable replies for user if user has a ~/.noident file. This behavior is disabled by default. -o, --client-timeout Clients timeout after this many seconds -s, --dont-change-uid Ident2 will normally try to change it's uid to something less privileged if it finds it's uid to be 0. This option disables this behavior altogether. -r, --always-random Always send a random reply, regardless of what kind of request the client made. This is useful for abusing the ident protocol as well as assisting outgoing IP masqueraded connections. -m, --daemon-maxclients Daemon-only: Accept no more than this many connections at a time. -p, --daemon-port Daemon-only: Bind this port, instead of 'auth' aka 113 SEE ALSO inetd(8), inetd.conf(5) AUTHOR
This manual page was written by Alexander Reelsen <>, for the Debian GNU/Linux system (but may be used by others). GNU ident2(8)

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