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Old 04-25-2005
Question HP-UX: X connections...?

Hello All,
I have 2 qries about X connections on HP-UX :

1.How/where to determine whether "X connections" to the server are controlled.

2. How/where to determine whether "X11 connection" are tunnelled via ssh.

3. How/where to determine the "Time in minutes before unattended X terminals are locked".

and one for web-server on HP-UX:

1. How/where to determine the "Number of systems allowed to Remote manage the web server".

I will appritiate your immed response.


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lmtpd - LMTP server process SYNOPSIS
lmtpd [ -C config-file ] [ -U uses ] [ -T timeout ] [ -D ] [ -a ] DESCRIPTION
Lmtpd is an LMTP server used to deliver mail to the IMAP mailstore. It accepts commands on its standard input and responds on its standard output. It MUST be invoked by cyrmaster(8) with those descriptors attached to a remote client connection. Lmtpd reads its configuration options out of the imapd.conf(5) file unless specified otherwise by -C. OPTIONS
-C config-file Read configuration options from config-file. -U uses The maximum number of times that the process should be used for new connections before shutting down. The default is 250. -T timeout The number of seconds that the process will wait for a new connection before shutting down. Note that a value of 0 (zero) will dis- able the timeout. The default is 60. -D Run external debugger specified in debug_command. -a Preauthorize connections initiated on an internet socket, instead of requiring LMTP AUTH. This should only be used for connections coming from trusted hosts. FILES
/etc/imapd.conf SEE ALSO
imapd.conf(5), cyrmaster(8) CMU
Project Cyrus LMTPD(8)

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