I am working on server platform and i wanted to run my cli before the linux bash prompt comes up.It is an ext3 filesystem that i am using.I did some modifications in /etc/inittab to start the cli before the bash prompt starts,but could not succeed.
Morover is there a way to enable and disable the linux bash prompt.
Help me with any information.
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1 reply Latest Post - 2010-03-03T11:41:57Z by sirotinski
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Re: Run cli before bash prompt starts2010-03-03T11:41:57Z in response to premlinkTo disable bash prompt you have to modify /etc/passwd file.
do not modify this option for root user, you might get in trouble :)