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Operating Systems HP-UX HP UX welcome screens Post 302365886 by vbe on Wednesday 28th of October 2009 09:27:57 AM
Old 10-28-2009
Edit /etc/profile with vi
Code:
# Since we dont know what you want to skip, here are what could possibly display 
# on output at login:
# midding /etc/issue, many people modify to put hostname with banner...
# extract of /etc/profile
   # This is to meet legal requirements...

        cat /etc/copyright

   # Message of the day

        if [ -r /etc/motd ]
        then
                cat /etc/motd
        fi

   # Notify if there is mail

        if [ -f /usr/bin/mail ]
        then
                if mail -e
                then    echo "You have mail."
                fi
        fi

   # Notify if there is news

        if [ -f /usr/bin/news ]
        then news -n
        fi

# -etc ....

 

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DMXGetScreenCount(3)					     Library Functions Manual					      DMXGetScreenCount(3)

NAME
DMXGetScreenCount - determine number of back-end screens SYNOPSIS
#include <X11/extensions/dmxext.h> Bool DMXGetScreenCount(Display *dpy, int *screen_count); DESCRIPTION
DMXGetScreenCount() returns the number of back-end screens that a Xdmx(1) server controls. Since a DMX screen usually fills all of the available area on a back-end server, there is usually a one-to-one correspondence between DMX screens and backend servers. However, it is also possible for a DMX screen to cover only part of the available area on a back-end server, and for more than one DMX screens to occupy different parts of the visible area on the same back-end server. A DMX screen may be managed as a regular X screen in the Xdmx(1) server or may be joined with other DMX screens using Xinerama. RETURN VALUE
DMXGetScreenCount() sets screen_count and returns True unless there is a protocol error. NOTES
If Xinerama is active, only one logical screen will be available to clients of the Xdmx(1) server. However, this call will accurately reflect the number of composite back-end screens that the Xdmx(1) server is using. SEE ALSO
DMXGetScreenAttributes(3), DMXChangeScreensAttributes(3), DMX(3), Xdmx(1) X Version 11 libdmx 1.1.2 DMXGetScreenCount(3)

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