Re: want to put msg when user is denied login

From: Barry Margolin (barry.margolin_at_level3.com)
Date: 05/02/03


Date: Fri, 02 May 2003 20:11:37 GMT

In article <WaAsa.5299$NC4.26270@news1.mts.net>,
LHradowy <laura.hradowy@NOSPAM.mts.ca> wrote:
>Right now we have telnet running on a Sun Solaris 2.7 server. I want to turn
>telnet off, and ssh on.
>
>I also want to have a message pop back when the person tries to log in using
>telnet, telling them that it is disabled for security reasons.
>
>Where do I do that...

Write a simple script that prints the message you want. Then change
/etc/inetd.conf to run that script instead of telnetd for the telnet
service.

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