finger, tcp79 – finger client and server|
These programs implement the finger protocol, as defined by RFC
/usr/$user/lib/finger If this file exists, its contents (up to 10 lines) will be printed directly. This is intended to provide information like additional contact methods.
twtxt If tw(1) is installed, the last non–reply or non–directed post will be printed.
/usr/$user/lib/project If this file exists, its first line will be printed.
/usr/$user/lib/plan If this file exists, it will be printed.
/usr/$user/lib/(finger, project, plan)|
tcp79 accepts but ignores the /W token, essentially acting as
though it is always supplied, while finger provides no way to