autogenerating /etc/issue

Bruce Dubbs bdubbs at swbell.net
Wed Jul 4 08:12:25 PDT 2001


Sanjuro Europa wrote:
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> I have a script called /etc/rc.d/init.d/local it is called as last script
> in all runlevels (S999local) and it contains (among other things) the
> following lines:
> 
> echo "LFS Linux 3.0-pre4" > /etc/issue
> echo "Kernel $(uname -r) on $a $(uname -m)" >> /etc/issue
> echo "" >> /etc/issue
> 
> The idea is to dynamically generate a issue file at start-up so it reflects
> the kernel version of the kernel I am booting.
> 
> Now, how do I insert a clear and reset terminal code (and which code do I
> need) at the beginning of the file?

Mandrake has a binary file and in their local script they hve:
/usr/bin/linux_logo > issue

The then append other text to issue.  I suppose the easiest way would be to
write a short C program to do the same thing.

  -- Bruce
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