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PostPosted: Sun Oct 19, 2003 5:51 pm    Post subject: Editing /etc/issue and /etc/motd to get a cooler login. Reply with quote

Here are a cauple of cool tricks for customizing your login process.

1. Customizing /etc/issue

/etc/issue is the text that is displayed before any user is able to log on the system, the default output on Gentoo is:

Code:

This is \n.\O (\s \m \r) \t


Which translates to:

Quote:

This is hostname.iso-domain (kernel arch version) HH:MM:SS


What i did there was add a ASCII picture to the file as well as changing the description line slightly

Code:

              ,:.:.:. . .    .H. "PA,           .:IHH:HHII::.
             ,:.::... ..     A:I:::";, .   .  ,ILIIIH:HI:I:I;
            ,;:.:.:.. . .   .H:TP"VB')..   .,;T;,,::I:HI:I:::
           ,::.:.:.. . .    AI:.":IAAT:.  .(':BB');V::IH:I:I;
          ,::.:.:.. . .    .H:. ' . . ..  .":;AITP;I:IIH:I::;,
         ,::.::.:. . . .   A::.   . ..:.  .  . ..:AI:IHII:I::;.
         ;:.::.:.. .  .   AM:I:.   ..:.   .: . .::HIIIHIIHII::.
        ,:::.:.:..  .    .MM:I:..  .:,    .:.  .::HHIIIHIHII::'
       ,::.:..:.. .   .  AMM:I:.  . .'"-""''. ..::HIHI:HI:III:
       ;:.::..:.. . .   AMMM::. . ,,,, '..   '.::IMHIHIHIIHI::;
      ,:::.:..:. .   .  MMMM:I:.  ':::;;;::;' .::AMHIHIHHIHHI:"
      ;::.:.:.. . .   .:VMMV:A:. .  ':;,,."  .::AMMMIHIHHIHHII
     ;::.:.:.. ..  .  .::VM:IHA:. .''   ' . ..:AMMMMHIHHHIHHII:
     ;:::.:.. .  .. . .::P::IHHAA.. .   .. .:AMMMMMMMIIHHIHHI::
     ;::.:.. .  . .  ..:.:VIHHHIHHA::,,,,,:AMMMMMMMMMHIIHHHHII;
     ;.::.. .    . .  ..:.:VHHIHI:IHIHHIHI:MMMMMMMMMMHIHHIHHII:
     ::.:.. .     ..  ...:.::VHI:IIVIHIHII:MMMMMMMMMMMIHHIHHII:,
     ;:..:. .    ..  . ..:.::::VAII:IIIIII:MMMMMMMMMMMIHHIIHIIHI
     ';:.. .        . .. ..:...:.VII::III:.VMMMMMMMMMHIHHHIHI::I,
      ;:. . .    ' . .. ... . .::.::V::II:..VMMMMMMMMHIHHHIHI::I;
      ;:.. . .     . .. ..:..  .::...:VIITPL:VMMMMMMMVIHHHIH:. :;
      ;:. .  .    . .. ... .   ..:.:.. .:IIIA:.MMMMMVI:HIHIH:. .:
      I:. . .   . .. . .. . . . . ..:.. ..::IIA.VMMMVIHIIHIV:. .'
      I:..    . . .. .... .  .   . .. ... .:.:IA:.VMVIMHIHIH:..:
      I.. .  .  . ..... .       .  . .. . .. .:IIAV:HIMHHIHII:.'
      :. ..   . . .:.. .          .  .. ... ..::.:CVI:MHHIHHI...
      :..  . . .. ..:.               . . ... .:.:::VHA.VIHHMI:..
      :. .. .  . ..:..        . .     . .  ..  .. ...:VIIHIHI: .
      ':.. .  . .::. .       .::,.      .    .  . .  ...V:IHII..
       ;:.. .. .:I:.        ..:T"::.     .  . .  .  . .  .VIIH:.
       ;:.:.. .:I:..        .::V:::.         . . . .  .    VIII..
       ;:.. ..::::. .        ..::. .      .  . .. . .  .    VIII.
       I:.:.. .:I:.           ..:.'        . . .. :. .  .    "VI:.
       I::......::.  .                    . .. .:.:.:. .       "I:
       II::.. ..::. .       .    .      . .. .. .::::.. .      .:.
       II::.:. ..::. .  . .   .    .     .:. . .:I:::. .       .::HD
       'I:::.. .: . .. ..  .. . .     .  .::. . .:I:. .         .:V:
        I:. .. .  . . ... ..  .. . .    .. ..  ..::.             .:.
        I:.. .. .  ..:.. .. .. ..  . .      .   .                . :
        ;:.... . ..:::I:.. ..:.. ... .::. . ... . ..              .I.
        ::.:....::.::I:III:I::::I:II:I::.. .:.. . .:. .     .  . .AI:
        '::.:...:..::::::III::II::::::.. ...::. .  .::. . .. .  .AMMI.
         :::.:.:. ..::::III:II:I:::.:. .. ..::.. ..  ..::,.  ..::HMMI:
         ':::.:.. ...::I:::I:I:::.:.. :. . ..::.. . . . .'PTIHI:IIHHI:.
          ::I::.:...:::II:I::.:....:.:. . ...::. .  . .  .AI:IHI'':'  '.
          ':::.:... ..I::I::.:....:. .: .. ...::. .  .   III:II:.  '
           'I:::..:...:.::I::.:..:. .: .. . ..:... .  .  III.I'
            VI:::.::.::...:II::...:...:. . . .:::. . .   :''
            'HI:I::.::.::..:II::.:..:.... . .:.:I:.. .   :
             VI:I:I::.::.:...:I:::I:::.... ..:.:I::...   :
This is \n (Gentoo GNU/\s \m \r) \t


more pictures can be found here: http://212.30.222.56/tmp/ascii-pics.tar.gz (temp url) and http://www.simnet.is/velfag/tmp/ascii-pics.tar.gz (will be up once my isp is up again.)

2. Making /etc/motd dynamic

/etc/motd is message of the day, it is displayed right after the user has entered his or her password.

This is just one of many things that can be done:

First,
Code:

emerge -s fortune


and then

Code:

emerge fortune-mod cowsay


as well as any quote archives you want

Then
Code:

ls /etc/runlevels/default/


If the runlevel "local" is not on that list then do

Code:

rc-update add local default


and

Code:

echo "fortune | cowsay -f bunny > /etc/motd" >> /etc/conf.d/local.start

This is presuming you want the "bunny-cow" by cowsay,

Another way to do this, especially if you don't reboot every day like i do is to add the same line to an executable script in /etc/cron.daily

Anyway if you did it right you should get something like:

Code:

Rancorwe login:
Password:
Last login: Sun Oct 19 19:41:58 2003 from goongsang
 _____________________________________
/ If you think things can't get worse \
| it's probably only because you lack |
\ sufficient imagination.             /
 -------------------------------------
  \
   \   \
        \ /\
        ( )
      .( o ).
jeedo@Rancorwe ~ $


Anyway those were just two simple examples of what can be done, it would be great though if everybody who have some other customizations would post their /etc/issue and /etc/motd, as well as any scripts and programs to create them dynamically.
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PostPosted: Mon Oct 20, 2003 10:22 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hi!

Cool tips, thanks :)

One improvement for your cowsay thing, what about showing a random cow each time?

Try this script (it isn't mine, I have it from some guy from #gentoo.de, don't ask me who it was, anyway, he deserves the credits, not me)

#!/bin/sh

cowsay -f $(perl -le 'opendir COWS, "/usr/share/cowsay-3.03/cows/";push @a, $_ foreach readdir COWS;closedir COWS;$a[int rand $#a]=~/(.*)\.cow/;print $1') $1joj
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PostPosted: Mon Oct 20, 2003 12:08 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Another suggestion:
Code:

emerge linux-logo
linux_logo -L 3 > /etc/issue (back up /etc/issue first)

You'll then have a gentoo logo in your /etc/issue. There are a few different logos in linux_logo...linux_logo -L 1 gives you a linux penguin with a white/grey background, -L 2 a penguin with a black background, etc.
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PostPosted: Mon Oct 20, 2003 5:16 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

You have to love that pretty ASCII login pic :p
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PostPosted: Mon Oct 20, 2003 8:23 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Why not ANSI graphics to give you that; "uh is it 1994 and I'm logging in to a BBS" feeling? grab some .ANS files and cat them (an ANSI font is needed)
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PostPosted: Mon Oct 20, 2003 11:14 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Headhunter123 wrote:
Hi!

Cool tips, thanks :)

One improvement for your cowsay thing, what about showing a random cow each time?


I was going to do that, however i didnt know how, but you've just helpfully told me;)
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PostPosted: Wed Oct 22, 2003 12:44 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

If you don't want to fire up perl,
Code:
cows=(/usr/share/cowsay*/cows/*.cow)
cowsay -f ${cows[$(($RANDOM%${#cows}))]}
will work in a bash script, e.g. my /etc/cron.hourly/motd-maker:
Code:
#! /bin/bash
 
if [ -x "$(which cowsay)" ]; then
        cows=(/usr/share/cowsay*/cows/*.cow)
        modes=("-b" "-d" "-g" "-s" "-t" "-w" "-y" "")
        filter="cowsay -f ${cows[$(($RANDOM%${#cows}))]} ${modes[$(($RANDOM%${#modes}))]}"
else
        filter="cat"
fi
 
if [ -x "$(which fortune)" ]; then
        producer="fortune"
else
        producer="uname -a"
fi
 
$producer | $filter > /etc/motd
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PostPosted: Fri Oct 24, 2003 9:54 am    Post subject: The real solution for a fortune motd Reply with quote

Together with a friend of mine I went in and finally made a real script to do this. There's two seperate ones in here, do with it what you will, but it works for me :)

The script that does the job (put it in /usr/local/bin/fortuned):
Code:

#! /usr/bin/env perl
# Fortune Daemon

# Variable setup
$myPipe="/etc/motd";
$myFortune="/usr/bin/fortune";
$myPidFile="/var/run/fortuned.pid";

# Make the pipe or die trying.
if (! -p $myPipe) {
   !`mkfifo $myPipe` or die "could not create $myPipe, stopped at";
}

# Fork, child goes on to become a fortune daemon
# Parent writes the PID to the pid-file and terminates.
if (! ($myPid=fork()) ) {
  while(1) {
    open(PIPE,">$myPipe") or die "could not open $myPipe, stopped at";
    print PIPE `$myFortune`."\n";
    close(PIPE);
    sleep(1);
}}

# Before the parent dies, it cleans up after its child.
else {
    open(OUTFILE, "> $myPidFile");
    print OUTFILE "$myPid";
    close(OUTFILE);
}


This script runs in the background and writes a new fortune to /etc/motd.
To turn this all on and off at will, there's this init.d script:

Code:

#!/sbin/runscript
# This is some belony info, but for some reason something needs
depend() {
    use logger
    need net
}

checkconfig() {
    if [ ! -e /usr/local/bin/fortuned ] ; then
        eerror "no fortuned present"
        return 1
    fi
}

start() {
    checkconfig || return 1
    ebegin "Starting fortuned"
    start-stop-daemon --start --quiet --exec /usr/local/bin/fortuned
    eend $?
}

stop() {
    ebegin "Stopping fortuned"
    start-stop-daemon --stop --quiet --pidfile /var/run/fortuned.pid
    rm /etc/motd
    eend $?
}


Known issue:
The generating part takes a second off before sending a new fortune to the pipe. This is so that the receiving end knows when to stop.
The effect of this is that you can't log in simultaneously, but one of you would have to wait just a second.
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PostPosted: Fri Oct 24, 2003 10:10 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

One word of caution if you go experimenting wit this:

Be really sure that something comes out of the pipe at /etc/motd.

If nothing comes out and you reboot, you've just succesfully locked yourself out of your box. So then it's time to get your LiveCD out again and fix it, or find some other means to do it.
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 05, 2004 6:10 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

The perl script for the pipe of /etc/motd rocks!

Thanks dude...
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 05, 2004 6:51 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Lovely! I've never thought about this! Really cool to be offended by a cow everytime one logs on! :D
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PostPosted: Fri Feb 06, 2004 9:18 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I think someone should take a look how slackware does their random quote @ login - thats the only thing I miss with slackware :-/
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PostPosted: Sat Feb 07, 2004 12:50 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Guess this might be the right thread to ask.. :)

I've the following /etc/issue file on all my boxes, but as you might notice, the box end pipes are not aligned by default, because of different hostname and kernel version lenghts.

I thought about hacking up a script that dynamically draws the box and fills it with whatever needed number of whitespaces. The script could be called from local.start so it's always up to date. however i didn't have the time to hack this script up yet. Any volunteers? :)

Code:
^[[H^[[J
^[[1;33;40m
                          oooo$$$$$$$$$$$$oooo
                      oo$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$o
                   oo$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$o         o$   $$ o$
   o $ oo        o$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$o       $$ $$ $$o$
oo $ $ "$      o$$$$$$$$$    $$$$$$$$$$$$$    $$$$$$$$$o       $$$o$$o$
"$$$$$$o$     o$$$$$$$$$      $$$$$$$$$$$      $$$$$$$$$$o    $$$$$$$$
  $$$$$$$    $$$$$$$$$$$      $$$$$$$$$$$      $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$
  $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$    $$$$$$$$$$$$$    $$$$$$$$$$$$$$  """$$$
   "$$$""""$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$     "$$$
    $$$   o$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$     "$$$o
   o$$"   $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$       $$$o
   $$$    $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$" "$$$$$$ooooo$$$$o
  o$$$oooo$$$$$  $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$   o$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$
  $$$$$$$$"$$$$   $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$     $$$$""""""""
 """"       $$$$    "$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$"      o$$$
            "$$$o     """$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$"$$"         $$$
              $$$o          "$$""$$$$$$""""           o$$$
               $$$$o                                o$$$"
                "$$$$o      ^[[0;31;40mo$$$$$$o"$$$$o^[[1;33;40m        o$$$$
                  "$$$$$oo     ^[[0;31;40m""$$$$o$$$$$o^[[1;33;40m   o$$$$""
                     ""$$$$$oooo  ^[[0;31;40m"$$$o$$$$$^[[1;33;40m$$$$"""
                        ""$$$$$$$oo ^[[0;31;40m$$$$$$$$$$^[[1;33;40m
                                """"^[[0;31;40m$$$$$$$$$$$^[[1;33;40m
                                    ^[[0;31;40m$$$$$$$$$$$$^[[1;33;40m
                                     ^[[0;31;40m$$$$$$$$$$"^[[1;33;40m
                                      ^[[0;31;40m"$$$""""^[[1;37;40m
,-----------------------------------------------.
| System OS: Gentoo Linux                       |
| Kernel...: \s-\r                    |
| FQDN.....: \n.\O          |
| Admin....: Markus Nigbur <pYrania@gentoo.org> |
`-----------------------------------------------'
^[[0;37;40m

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PostPosted: Sat Jun 11, 2005 2:23 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

furiorc wrote:
I think someone should take a look how slackware does their random quote @ login - thats the only thing I miss with slackware :-/


may be because they moded the /bin/login to use fortune with is prety bas idea (buffer overflow ....)
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PostPosted: Sat Jun 11, 2005 9:51 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

pYrania wrote:
Any volunteers? :)


No way!!! :)
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PostPosted: Sun Jun 12, 2005 1:04 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Am I the only one who thinks the picture at the top of this is page is inappropriate? IMO the fact that it is in ASCII doesn't make it any more or less suitable.
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PostPosted: Sun Jun 12, 2005 1:36 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

tom56 wrote:
Am I the only one who thinks the picture at the top of this is page is inappropriate? IMO the fact that it is in ASCII doesn't make it any more or less suitable.


Yes, probably you are the only one... :roll:
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PostPosted: Sun Jun 12, 2005 1:47 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

ecatmur,

Thats hard work, why not add
Code:
# run fortune at login
echo
fortune
echo
to the end of /etc/bash/bashrc ?
Every login gets a new fortune
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PostPosted: Sun Jun 12, 2005 6:28 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

j-m wrote:
tom56 wrote:
Am I the only one who thinks the picture at the top of this is page is inappropriate? IMO the fact that it is in ASCII doesn't make it any more or less suitable.


Yes, probably you are the only one... :roll:


That's what I thought :D
Personally I don't find it offensive, I'm just aware that there are other people who might.
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PostPosted: Fri Jun 17, 2005 1:06 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

NeddySeagoon wrote:
ecatmur,

Thats hard work, why not add
Code:
# run fortune at login
echo
fortune
echo
to the end of /etc/bash/bashrc ?
Every login gets a new fortune

When you mess with ~/.bashrc, you put scp's in jeopardy.
I used to do what you suggested, but scping where it required me to give my Gentoo-box's login info failed every time.
/etc/motd is definitely the way to go.
I currently have a cronjob that refreshes /etc/motd every 60 seconds. You don't necessarily get a new fortune every login, but I don't usually start new sessions that frequently.

[edit] added an apostrophe in the first line of my post [/edit]
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PostPosted: Fri Jun 17, 2005 2:31 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

elchino,

I didn't suggest ~/.bashrc and yes, you can mess up ssh. I have a few headless boxes wth that /etc/bash/bashrc modification. ssh is fine here.
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PostPosted: Wed Sep 14, 2005 7:58 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Great tutorial! Just thought I'd let you know about a typo;
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If the runlevel "local" is not on that list then do...

"local" is the script name, and "default" is the runlevel - not the other way around :)
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PostPosted: Wed Sep 14, 2005 12:31 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Does somebody have any details about [colors/bold/italic/whatever] codes used in these files ?
I saw this information once but can't find it again...
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PostPosted: Wed Sep 14, 2005 3:03 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

http://advbash.activeventure.net/colorizing.html
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PostPosted: Wed Sep 14, 2005 5:54 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Thanks a lot :wink:
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