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Re: Where does one set mesg to y on boot?

On Mon, 11 Mar 1996, David B. Teague wrote:

> Where is mesg set to  'n' as a boot-up default? Makes talk 
> virtually useless, at least with our folk.
> mesg n prevents interruptions, but I prefer a more friendly
> environment. 

Just put 'mesg y' in /etc/profile and everyone will be happy (assuming 
they use bash or ksh).


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