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#1 ohytheng

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Posted 01 December 2008 - 06:56 AM

My lecturer just introduce Unix to us today.He gives us some Unix account so that we can connect to the school Unix's server.Somebody log into the account and write "Hacked by ***"...Everyone will see this message when we log into the server.How to do this?

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Posted 02 December 2008 - 12:58 PM

My lecturer just introduce Unix to us today.He gives us some Unix account so that we can connect to the school Unix's server.Somebody log into the account and write "Hacked by ***"...Everyone will see this message when we log into the server.How to do this?

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If you are using bash then edit the .bashrc file. And by the way RTFM.

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Posted 05 December 2008 - 08:34 PM

What you may be seeing is a "Message of the day", which is
shown after you log in. The MOTD is set by the "root" user.
If all the students are using the same login then it is most
likely in bash_profile.

My lecturer just introduce Unix to us today.


And by the way RTFM


We like to avoid using that suggestion. As a day one Unix
user it is very unlikely one would know what RTFM means or
even know where to begin.

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