cde login does not read .login Solaris 2.5.1

cde login does not read .login Solaris 2.5.1

Post by Uwe Kers » Fri, 17 Oct 1997 04:00:00



We have a mixed Sunos 4&5 network here. Almost everybody uses tcsh and
this works fine unless
you try to login on a SunOs 2.5.1 CDE console. The .login is not
sourced, e.g. tcsh as login shell is
somehow badly started (not as login shell). The problem does not occur
when doing remote login
or choosing command line login at the CDE.

Does anybody know this problem ?

Thanks  Uwe Kerst

PS. Reply by e-mail is welcome

 
 
 

cde login does not read .login Solaris 2.5.1

Post by Andreas Krom » Fri, 17 Oct 1997 04:00:00


: Does anybody know this problem ?

Nicht mal /etc/profile wird gelesen. Ziemlich verwirrend...
Man mu? dann irgendwelche .dtlogin erstellen oder an der globalen
Konfiguration herumfummeln. V?lliges Fehl-Design.

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ANDREAS KROMKE

.....................................................
Fragen Sie nicht, was Ihr Computer fuer Sie tun kann.
Fragen Sie, was Sie fuer Ihren Computer tun koennen.

 
 
 

cde login does not read .login Solaris 2.5.1

Post by Greg Shali » Mon, 20 Oct 1997 04:00:00



> We have a mixed Sunos 4&5 network here. Almost everybody uses tcsh and
> this works fine unless
> you try to login on a SunOs 2.5.1 CDE console. The .login is not
> sourced, e.g. tcsh as login shell is
> somehow badly started (not as login shell). The problem does not occur
> when doing remote login
> or choosing command line login at the CDE.

> Does anybody know this problem ?

> Thanks  Uwe Kerst

> PS. Reply by e-mail is wel

Make sure the line:

DTSOURCEPROFILE=true  ### is set to true ...

in $HOME/.dtprofile

Greg.

 
 
 

cde login does not read .login Solaris 2.5.1

Post by Rork D. Kui » Fri, 24 Oct 1997 04:00:00


Man muss "#" von:
#DTSOURCEPROFILE=true
in ~/.dtprofile wegnehmen.

: Nicht mal /etc/profile wird gelesen. Ziemlich verwirrend...
: Man mu? dann irgendwelche .dtlogin erstellen oder an der globalen
: Konfiguration herumfummeln. V?lliges Fehl-Design.

 
 
 

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Hello,
        we modify the file /etc/.login to test for some specific
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Anyone knows a way to fix this?

It's probably not the best way to restrict access but it was
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Thanks.

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