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This system was described in a paper appearing the the 1992 USENIX
Security Simposium.  This code has been in use at a variety of sites
for many years, and is now available for general consumption.

One quick disclaimer, which is that documentation isn't up to snuff,
the best best thing available is the USENIX procedings.  If you
notice something in particular lacking please let me know.

I can reached at, for any questions comments or other sudgestions:
	koblas@netcom.com

What the directories contain:

  include   -- Common include file for both the daemon and library
  lib       -- Standard library containting replacement calls 
  rfinger   -- Example Rconnect() program, contains both finger & whois
  rftp      -- The standard BSD Networking release finger, copied
	        from ftp.uu.net, and modified to work with Socks
  sockd     -- The daemon that runs on the gateway host.
  doc       -- Some unfinished documentation

*** The short and simple installation instructions:

1) Look at the socks.h in the include directory, cusomize it for your site.

2) Put the following line in your /etc/services file
	socks           1080/tcp              # Socks gateway service

3) Cusomize sockd/sockd.conf to your sites needs

4) Copy sockd/sockd and sockd/sockd.conf to your gateway host

5) Add the following line to your /etc/inetd.conf file on the gateway
	socks   stream  tcp     nowait  nobody  /etc/sockd	sockd

6) Reload your inetd on the gateway host (kill -HUP <pid of inetd>)

7) Test out rwhois or rfinger in the rfinger directory to see if
   things are working.