Re: hurd build machine available?
On Fri, 17 Sep 1999 email@example.com wrote:
> On Wed, Sep 15, 1999 at 09:00:53PM -0400, Michael Bacarella wrote:
> > I noticed that the initial login prompt provides a wee bit more power than
> > i'd like. I suppose I can get around that once I have the time.
> The "login prompt" is the shell of the login user. You change this by setting
> another shell on this user. You can for example use a program like the
> traditional UNIX login(1) if that is the functionality you want.
> Note that when using ssh or telnet, you will normaly not get to the login
> user, but instead use the authentication proedure of ssh/telnet.
Not so! When I made a guest account for my irc buddies to hammer away at,
they reached a login shell and pondered ways of trying to break my