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Change Finger information

Posted on 1998-08-24
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If the supervisor has disabled the right for user
to change the finger information, are there any other
ways to do so?
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Question by:itbruce
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In general finger reads the information in the .plan and .project file in your home-Directory. Alter these 2 files.
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by:itbruce
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Sorry. I meant the name display in Real life.
I wanted to change the real name display but the supervisor disabled the
right.
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