Questions tagged [banner]
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ASCII art of letters, with the letters using their own characters
If I execute banner ABC I get: # ###### ##### # # # # # # # # # # # # # ###### # ####### # # # # # # # # # # # ###### ##### and another ...
After SSH login linux output a kernel version
I can't hide or delete the banner when I'm logging in via ssh. This is my example: "Linux aedd7472f871 6.1.0-kali5-amd64 #1 SMP PREEMPT_DYNAMIC Debian 6.1.12-1kali2 (2023-02-23) x86_64" How ...
Disable SSH MOTD/Banner for a specific user
I have a custom shell in /bin/that returns an echo and exists. I have a user that is exclusively linked to that shell only so that when someone tries to ssh into the server using that user via pubkey ...
Change SSH banner which is grabbed by netcat
I have installed openssh server. I want to disable banner which is shown when I do :: nc 0.0.0.0 22 It shows something like this :: SSH-2.0-OpenSSH_6.7p1 Raspbian-5 . How to make it show something ...
Is there a way to edit the title of GNU GRUB2 itself (not a title of a menu entry)?
I'm interested in knowing if there's a way to edit the GRUB2 boot menu to display a banner at the top. We have several machines that boot from SAN. I'm doing migrations and our SAN team ...
RHEL : what does "\S Kernel \r on an \m" mean in /etc/issue.net?
If I cat /etc/issue.net, it has this inside: \S Kernel \r on an \m When I use this as the ssh banner, it does not expand and just prints it as it's written. What is this?
Slackware: print horrible banner
See banner on old sysV perfect See on slackware with xfce4 terminal(same on SV4), i can't put the entire image because is very long, put only the last letter What to check? Of course i have tried ...
how to distinguish ssh from scp in ~/.ssh/rc?
I'd like to launch neofetch (a small utility that displays a banner) each time I log into a remote server via OpenSSH. So, I just added /usr/bin/neofetch into my ~/.ssh/rc file, and it works fine. The ...
How to disable “Last failed login” message on Centos?
How can I disable the message below when a specific user logs into a Centos machine from console? Last failed login: Sun Jun 30 22:32:35 EST 2018 from 192.168.142.71 on ssh:notty There were 3 failed ...
Generating 'ASCII-art' banners with arrows
I recently discovered figlet which generates ASCII-art banners. Joy! ... but, alas, I want a banner with an arrow on it. Now... $ figlet unicode → arrow _ _ //\ ...
Is it possible to have SSH display an "active" banner, by running a script to generate the banner each time, rather than read a static file
The sshd_config banner directive reads a file, but I want it to run a script, and ideally personalize the banner to the user... is this possible with ssh, or is there a way I can create a device file ...
How to prevent automated message being printed every time I sudo, without changing global settings?
At my office whenever I log into a linux server I get a standard message which basically amounts to "You consent to us monitoring you if you use this machine". This has been required part of every ...
How to check if warning banners have been created in a shell script
What are the commands needed to run a script showing warning banners have been created with if else statement? Eg: If [something == something] echo " Banners created" else echo "Banners not ...
Tmux Banner Issues
Im getting frustrated... I definitely think this shouldn't be so hard. But here I am hours later and no real solution. All I want is to display a text banner in top pane. The bottom pane will be a ...
CUPS bannertopdf error with permission denied despite "none" banners
When printing I get "Filter failed". According to the CUPS logs, the banner is set to "none" but still the bannertopdf filter fails with permission denied error output: D [21/Dec/...
Linux package to display a given text bigger [duplicate]
Is there a Linux package that can output any text passed to it in a bigger size, essentially without changing font size of the terminal. Basically looking for something like this; $ echobig "hi there!...