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sitewho(1)							   wzdftpd tools							sitewho(1)

sitewho - show current process information for each FTP session (wzdftpd) SYNOPSIS
The sitewho command shows process information for all active wzdftpd connections, and a count of all connected users off of each server. OPTIONS
--user,-u XXX Use username XXX instead of wzdftpd. --pass,-w XXX Use password XXX with the username. --host,-h XXX Connect to the specified host. --port,-p XXX Employ the specified port number for connecting to the server. --secure,-s Enforce a secure connection, aborts if negotiation fails. --insecure,-t Do not try to negotiate a secure connection. AUTHORS
wzdftpd is written and maintained by Pierre Chifflier <>, and some others contributors, full credits can be found in /usr/share/doc/wzdftpd/AUTHORS SEE ALSO
wzdftpd(8),ftp(1),siteconfig(1),siteuptime(1) Full documentation on wzdftpd, including configuration and FAQs, is available at For help/support, try the wzdftpd mailing lists, detailed on Report bugs at sitewho (wzdftpd) November 2004 sitewho(1)

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WZD-CONFIG(1)						    wzdftpd Client Applications 					     WZD-CONFIG(1)

wzd-config - retrieve information about the installed version of wzdftpd SYNOPSIS
wzd-config { --prefix | --exec-prefix | --data-dir | --libs | --cflags | --version }... DESCRIPTION
The wzd-config utility prints configuration parameters of the currently installed version of wzdftpd. It is intended, for example, to be used by software packages that want to interface to wzdftpd to facilitate finding the required header files and libraries. OPTIONS
To use wzd-config, supply one or more of the following options: --prefix Print the installation prefix, as specified in configure script. --exec-prefix Print the installation prefix for executables, usually the same as prefix. This is where you will find server ($eprefix/sbin) or tools ($eprefix/bin). --data-dir Print installation dir for data, modules and backends. --libs Print the location of object code libraries (use to develop new extensions). --cflags Print the location of include headers (use to develop new extensions). --version Print the version of wzdftpd and exit. If more than one option (except for --version) is given, the information is printed in that order, one item per line. NOTES
In releases prior to wzdftpd 0.4, before the wzd-config came to be, a method for finding the equivalent configuration information did not exist. HISTORY
The wzd-config utility first appeared in wzdftpd 0.4. Application 2003-11-02 WZD-CONFIG(1)
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