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How to make myself invisible when someone in the system try to finger me? Because I saw several user in our system can make his username as "do not exist". But his username is still activate and able to use and I could'nt finger them as well.
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by:elfie
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Can you post a 'cut and paste' of the finger output?
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by:clo1
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finger: "username" : no such user
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touch ~/.nofinger
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It works, but how do I undo it? Thanks so much !!
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rm ~/.nofinger
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