Nikos Vassiliadis wrote:
That's basically what I was asking, could this be something easily done
with a script that could be a fun learning experience, or would it
require major OS customization and wouldn't be worth the time or
trouble. Thanks for your input, Nikos.
On Tuesday 26 September 2006 18:29, Derek Ragona wrote:
No, you can force a default shell without modifications.
Check out login.conf(5) and shell variable.
However, the original post implies little FreeBSD experience.
Why do you want to automate such a procedure?
You said it's going to be for a networking class, that is a limited
a number of users, right?
sdf is a public access Unix system and has to do this automatically,
you don't have to. [EMAIL PROTECTED] is a seasoned administrator,
who has tampered the OS in a number of ways.
Just my 2 cents, Nikos
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