On Mon, 2003-09-15 at 13:48, Kris Kennaway wrote:
> You realise that if someone can log in to the system they can
> trivially discover the OS and OS version by querying the kernel?  As a
> "security measure" this change has zero benefit.
> 

Yes, uname -a will do the trick.  Here is what I wanted.  I did not want the version 
to pop up on the console after boot.

So I added the clear command to the /etc/issue.  So, I want the console to look like 
this after the system is up and booted:

-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-

security mumbo jumbo

-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-

Login:


Ray Seals <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>

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