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Re: Now, /etc/motd

Juli-Manel Merino Vidal <jmmv@mail.com> writes:

> Why does the HURD print motd before you log in ? Linux prints it after
> it, and I think that's the proper way, because it can contain system
> information, useless if you are not logged.

Perhaps because you can configure the hurd to give you a shell
*before* you login? No, I don't really know.


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