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I am using Ubuntu 10.04 desktop and whenever I login to the xterm terminal through ssh, I am getting the following motd (message of the day) info.
Linux desktop 2.6.32-28-generic #55-Ubuntu SMP Mon Jan 10 21:21:01 UTC 2011 i686 GNU/Linux
Ubuntu 10.04.2 LTS
Welcome to Ubuntu!
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Discussion started by: royalibrahim
Wish to check which setting is set to display the MOTD AFTER successful password verification. I am logging in via a 3rd party ssh tool tectia.
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In which login startup script is the motd displayed?
Red Hat 4AS
As I understand it, upon login (bash) it hits
I went through the scripts and the associated scripts (/etc/profile.d/*.sh) but don't see where it's being displayed... (5 Replies)
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Does anyone know how to get the IP Address of the connecting client to apear in the MOTD I am new to linux and I was wondering if this was possible thanks in advance. :D :confused: :D (4 Replies)
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I do get the message of the day upon logging in to my machine(Solaris 9). I do NOT have a .hushlogin file in my home directory.
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I need to replace the current /etc/motd text file with a new motd across 30+ servers.
Which is the best way to do this? Shell script? sed?
Does anyone have an example I can use?
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I was hoping to get some help on this question:
I have different groups of users logging into our servers and I would like to set it up so that when they login they could get an update from the motd.
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Discussion started by: vancouver_joe
Im having a problem editing the motd ( message of the day ). I tried to edit the file /etc/motd but its end up with nothing. I find out the directory /etc/motd is in rw- r - r i changed it to executable rwxw-rw-r but having same thing no changes in the motd.
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