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How To Configure Finger Server In Linux Rhel-4&5

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In This Tutorial We Are Going To Learn How To Configure Finger Server In Linux

Just Follow These Simple Steps To Configure Finger Server

 

Step-1 Before Configuring Finger Server Or Any Other Server You Must Have Configured Yum Server In Your Linux System

 

If You Dont Know How To Configure Yum Server Click On This Link And Learn How To Configure Yum Server

Step-2 Here Is The Coding Of Configuring Finger Server

Firstly You Have To Create User In Linux After Then We Install The Package Of Finger Server Then We Configure Finger Server And After Then We Check The Configuration Is Correct Or Not

Now Here Is The Command To Configure Finger Server

Firstly Login With The Root In Your Linux System

#useradd linux {For Creating User In Linux}
#passwd linux {After Running This Commabd Then Give The Password For User}
#chfn linux {Then Give All The Information Of User}
#yum install fingure* -y {To Install The Package Of Finfer Server}
#Vim /etc/xinetd.d /finger {This Is The Configuration File Of Finger Server Now We Have To Do Some Changes Inside The Configuration File disable = no}
#service xinetd restart


Here You Can See How To Create User And The Use of Chfn Command

 

See This Picture What We Have To Do Changes Inside The Configuration File Of Finger Server

 

 

Step-3 Now Our All Configuration Of Finger Server In Linux Is Complete Now Open Send Linux And Then Login With Root In Sencond Linux And Then Type

#finger linux@1.0.0.2 {Linux Is The Name Of User And Then Give The IP Address Of Linux Where You Create User}

See This Picture The Optput Of User In Second Linux

This Is All How We Configure Finger Server In Linux

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