BANNER(1) BSD General Commands Manual BANNER(1)NAME
banner -- print strings in large letters
banner [-f fg] [-b bg] [-l] string ...
banner prints up to 10 chars of each string in large letters on the standard output.
The options are:
-b bg Use bg as the background color (character) rather than the default `` ''.
-f fg Use fg as the foreground color (character) rather than the default ``#''. If fg is ``-'', then the actual letter being printed is
used as the foreground color in the same way that LPD does it. The results are quite variable.
-l Use the more attractive LPD font instead of the traditional banner font.
SEE ALSO banner(6)BSD April 9, 1995 BSD
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libssh2_banner_set(3) libssh2 manual libssh2_banner_set(3)NAME
libssh2_banner_set - set the SSH prococol banner for the local client
int libssh2_banner_set(LIBSSH2_SESSION *session, const char *banner);
This function is DEPRECATED. Use libssh2_session_banner_set(3) instead!
session - Session instance as returned by libssh2_session_init_ex(3)
banner - A pointer to a user defined banner
Set the banner that will be sent to the remote host when the SSH session is started with libssh2_session_handshake(3)
This is optional; a banner corresponding to the protocol and libssh2 version will be sent by default.
Return 0 on success or negative on failure. It returns LIBSSH2_ERROR_EAGAIN when it would otherwise block. While LIBSSH2_ERROR_EAGAIN is a
negative number, it isn't really a failure per se.
Marked as deprecated since 1.4.0
LIBSSH2_ERROR_ALLOC - An internal memory allocation call failed.
SEE ALSO libssh2_session_handshake(3)libssh2 0.15 1 Jun 2007 libssh2_banner_set(3)
From a PROM ok prompt I have typed banner. This returned this info
SunSPARCStation20 (1X390Z50) ......
Okay, I read that the 1x390z50 is the processor type. How can I found out the speed of these processor? Is it 50mhz? Don't know but I am curious. Thanks (5 Replies)
I don't want SunOS 5.8 to appear when someone logs into my machine... how do I go about changing the banner?
I was thumbing through my unix books and I haven't found anything... I'm probably looking under the wrong topic...
anyways... any help would be greatly appreciated. (20 Replies)
Does anyone know how I could display a banner at the root window level and posibly allow users to log in from the root window. I need to display a Warning Banner at the root window level so the users can read the warning then login.
Solaris 7 is the OS I am running
Thanks in advance (9 Replies)
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When i execute banner command the output is being displayed as
banner:command not found
When ever i give yum install banner the output is
Loading "installonlyn" plugin
Setting up Install Process
Setting up repositories
Parsing package install arguments
Nothing to do
what... (8 Replies)
I'm currently working on an IBM 9110-510, with an AIX 6.1 on it.
Currently, I've put an HyperTerminal on the machine vty0. Folowing the procedure given by a support guy(ždetails), I'm able to get to the AIX banner
... (6 Replies)
I am using isql and putting the output in a file in a shell script in Linux.
However in my output i am getting the banner and a SQL prompt(at the start and the end of query output)
| Connected! |
| ... (6 Replies)
I am logging in into an UNIX environment with my user id and password.
I want to display my name there , each time I login into the environment,
for which I can use the banner command.
Which file should I add the banner command to , so that I will get the desired result?
Regards,... (7 Replies)
I need your help. Where can i change/set the last login details as below in aix 5.3. And how to do that to get the results as exactly below
login as: mbpops
Last unsuccessful login: Mon Nov 22 14:32:27 GMT 2010 on ssh from 10.132.5.129
Last login:... (17 Replies)
I'm looking for options for displaying a persistent, security banner on a Solaris 10 workstation running JDS that would display at the top of each workspace for all users, have the option to change the color and the capability to add text to the banner.
The company I work for has used JEDI for... (5 Replies)
Whenever I login to server via console, after providing username (root) it displays a banner message. I want to remove this message
Serverabc : root
Welcome to Server !!!
It is Centos 5.4 box.
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I'm working on an rsync script and I'd like it to omit the MOTD banners and NOT output them to the file. I tried the --no-motd argument in the command but for some reason the MOTD still continues to appear. Can anyone advise? (10 Replies)