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After a lot of headaches getting a linux distro to willingly install and function properly, I've now been stumped by identd. First, I left the default alone and was going ...
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- 08-29-2004 #1
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- Aug 2004
Identd not working
in.identd: reply to 188.8.131.52: 61969 , 6667 : ERROR: UNKNOWN-ERROR
Assuming it was just a weird glitch in the default identd, I disabled it in inetd.conf, downloaded oidentd, installed it the same as it is on my dedicated server, checked that port 113 was allowing connections still, and tried again to get on efnet. Still no ident response.
oidentd: [irc.prison.net] 61983 , 6667 : ERROR : NO-USER
Not looking good for me! I have not configured any form of a software firewall in linux, so there should be nothing blocking identd from functioning properly. Or am I missing something.
D-Link DI-614+ Router
Intel e100 nic
All network setup was done by Slackware 10's installer. All I did was enter a bogus hostname and domain name (it said it didn't matter )