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When I login to our Solaris 8 file server I will do the following:
1.     I login to my Sun workstation.
2.     Right click on my mouse.
3.     Select Programs --> MyServer to login
I will get the following on my workstation's screen for login to the host server:

SunOS 5.8
Login:

We want to use our company’s Logo for login instead of

SunOS 5.8
Login:

Please help if anyone know how to set up to use Logo login.

Thanks.
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Question by:stanleytg
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by:Otetelisanu
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man issue

ll /etc/issue
-rw-rw-rw-   1 root     other         26 May 15  2002 /etc/issue
in the file you can write what
you want.

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by:Otetelisanu
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This file is for Logo login.
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by:Otetelisanu
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with vi you can write
the logo for you login

try

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by:stanleytg
ID: 8164859
I checked my system and found that there is no issue file
in /etc/issue.

So, Dose anyone have an issue file?

Please give me a example of file:  /etc/issue

Thank you for your help.

Stanley
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by:stanleytg
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Is file /etc/issue for Logo login or for a login message only?

 
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by:yuzh
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you can create the /etc/issue file, the file is not in the system by default.

Login as root(or su as root), use a text editor, and put some thing like the following in the file:


Welcome to ABC company.

Sun Workstation -- Viper

........




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by:yuzh
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If you don't like to see:
SunOS 5.8

on top of the login prompt, you can create /etc/default/telnetd. (text file)

and make it looks like:

BANNER=""


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besky earned 400 total points
ID: 8164949
Based on your output I guess you are using telnet.

Output from tlenetd can be configured in /etc/default/telnetd with:

BANNER="BSD konsult "

or whatever

HTH
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