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Date:      Sun, 12 Mar 1995 23:33:41 -0300 (EST)
From:      Pedro A M Vazquez <vazquez@iqm.unicamp.br>
To:        stephen@belgarath.it.com.au (Stephen Darragh)
Cc:        freebsd-questions@freefall.cdrom.com
Subject:   Re: hosts_access (fwd) (again)
Message-ID:  <199503130233.XAA00638@kalypso.iqm.unicamp.br>
In-Reply-To: <m0rnz8L-00020V5@belgarath.it.com.au> from "Stephen Darragh" at Mar 13, 95 09:41:20 am

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Hello
	Please, there is no " Linux's tcpd " but the tcp_wrapper tools
developed by Wietse Venema (wietse@wzv.win.tue.nl) for SunOS/Ultrix years ago
and later ported for several U*x systems including 386bsd0.1, Linux,
FreeBSD, etc.
	From the README file:

"Early versions of the programs were tested with Ultrix >= 2.2, with
SunOS >= 3.4 and ISC 2.2. Later versions have been installed on a wide
variety of platforms such as SunOS 4.x and 5.x, Ultrix 3.x and 4.x, DEC
OSF/1 T1.2-2, HP-UX 8.x, AIX 3.1.5 up to 3.2.4, Apollo SR10.3.5, Sony,
NeXT, SCO UNIX, DG/UX, Cray, Dynix, and an unknown number of other ones."

	The "official" source sites are ftp.cert.org and ftp.win.tue.nl
but you can find a ready to run binary in the packages dir named 
tcp_wrappers_6.3.tgz.

Pedro



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