(Superseded by Interarchy.) From the Info-Mac abstract file:Daemon is a general TCP server, implementing several simple unix daemons, namely Finger, Whois, Ident, Daytime and NTP (time). It runs as a background only application and answers queries to those services.
"I'm using Daemon on a Centris 650 mail/webserver, router and firewall (a busy Mac!) All I do is use it as a place for Vremya users inside our LAN to check our router for the right time. Hasn't caused any trouble that I've noticed :)"
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