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Is there a general way in Unix to display comments via ftp when people log in?  I'm on Sun Solaris.
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Starting in Solaris 2.6, the vanilla Solaris in.ftpd supports
the ability to change to login banner on the fly. See the ftpd
man page on how to do it.

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Thak you
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