referencing in files
kris at obsecurity.org
Wed Mar 2 21:38:19 GMT 2005
On Wed, Mar 02, 2005 at 01:02:05PM +0200, Jarrod - Cybertek wrote:
> Ok sorry.
> Precisely. I have a file (actually a script, sorry) that has a lot of the
> settings for a client in, eg IP addresses, interface they connect on etc.
> and I use the motd to keep all this together, just to make things easier
> when I log into my server. Now I want the motd to update (if at all
> possible) to the settings in this file when I change it. Maybe a script IS
> the only way to go.
> Here is an example:
> Say i have a file /root/setup.client.sh, and it has this line:
> Now I want to have the motd, when it is displayed after login, to go fetch
> the current value of that IFACE, and display that value.
> Is it a bit clearer?
Yes. The way to go is to just make the script also update the motd
when you run it.
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