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IN.AUTHD(1)				  User Commands 			      IN.AUTHD(1)

NAME
       in.authd - manual page for in.authd authd-1.4.3:

DESCRIPTION
       in.authd [options]... [request]...

       -d     Output debug messages

       -E[cipher]
	      Encrypt username using [AES-128-CBC]

       -e     Send UNKNOWN-ERROR for common error messages

       -l[mask]
	      Log to syslog, [mask] for priority levels

       -m[reps]
	      Allow at most [unlimited] requests/connection

       -N[basename]
	      Hide users with ~/[.noident] file

       -n     Send uid number instead of username

       -o     Send OTHER instead of the operating system

       -t[secs]
	      Timeout request after [60] seconds

       -V     Print program and version information

       --abrupt
	      Disconnect without displaying error msgs

       --codeset=rfc1340
	      Send [charset] if reply is not ASCII

       --fn[=fields]
	      Use [all] gecos fields instead of username

       --hybrid
	      Use hybrid notation (ex. ::127.0.0.1) for IPv6

       --ident[=basename]
	      Hide users with no ~/[.ident]

       --lang=lc
	      Localize messages, charsets, & time to [locale]

       --mapped=ipv6
	      Map addresses with same top 96 bits to IPv4

       --os[=rfc1340]
	      Use [uname], not UNIX, as OS name

       --passwd=pathname
	      Use line 1 of [/etc/ident.key] for crypto

       --resolve
	      Use host and service names if available

       --username[=login]
	      Use [nobody] as username

       --verbose
	      Add real uid, addresses/ports, & timestamps

       --xerror
	      Send more helpful error messages for rare errors

	      $Revision: 1.18 $ $Date: 2004/07/28 16:04:05 $ http://bugzilla.redhat.com/

in.authd authd-1.4.3:			    June 2014				      IN.AUTHD(1)
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