DESCRIPTIONfalselogin is a small application which can deny the user to log in the system displaying a custom message.
CONFIGURATIONThe configuration file for falselogin is /etc/falselogin.conf. Everything you write into this file will be written at login except for some special strings which will be substituted when they appear in the configuration file. They are:
- %mail% string
- Number of mail messages in the user's mailbox.
- %user% string
- %sysname% string
- Sysname from uname. (eg: Linux)
- %nodename%, %host% strings
- The hostname. (eg: master)
- %release% string
- Linux kernel version number (eg: 2.0.36)
- %version% string
- Linux version number (eg: #8 Sun Dec 20 12:02:31 CET 1998)
- %machine% string
- Machine type (eg: i686)
- %debian_version% string
- Debian version from /etc/debian_version
- --wait, -w waitfor
- If waitfor is a number, falselogin will sleep waitfor seconds before exiting; if waitfor matches the word 'enter' then falselogin will wait for the user to input the 'enter' key
AUTHORThis manual page was written by Tibor Koleszar <[email protected]>, for the Debian GNU/Linux system.