Well, assured by the party tring to do this that the problem *is* in /bin/login,
he is going to try and patch the executable and replace the message with spaces.
The messages is generated *before* any shell activity.
A friend is having a problem. He wishes to eliminate all login messages to a
host. .hushlogin kills everything but the "no mail" message - anybody know how
to eliminate that?
OK, I should've been more specific. The login program actually generates the
message, BEFORE it fires up whatever shell the user has.
The problem is with /usr/bin/login specifically....
Thanks to those who replied for trying, anyhow
Scott D. Yelich
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