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Telnet messages setup!!

Posted on 1998-10-14
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Could anyone tell me how to set messages that to be displayed once a user is logged in right after it showed the lastlog ip and time??

Please tell me how to set this. Thanks.
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/etc/motd is an ascii file that is displayed by login just before it executes the login shell. So, just edit /etc/motd to show whatever you'd like it to.

Jim
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Thank you very much.
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