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    Default /etc/issue

    iv looked everywhere trying to find a way to rememove the lines that say
    "user: root
    Pass: toor"

    Here i posted a step by step on how

    go to the kde menu, find files and folders type in issue and it the table below choose /etc then search, i hope this help my first tut explaining something

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    Quote Originally Posted by antichrist
    iv looked everywhere trying to find a way to rememove the lines that say
    "user: root
    Pass: toor"

    Here i posted a step by step on how

    go to the kde menu, find files and folders type in issue and it the table below choose /etc then search, i hope this help my first tut explaining something
    lol i didn't see this post or i would've posted half of that other post here lol.
    wish you luck!

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    If you guys are adding your own ascii art, like i did with mine, just beware that the \ will be removed.. you can fix this by doing a find and replace for all \ and making it a \\, it'll align the ascii np.

    ReL

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    Does anybody know how to understand this specific code in this file:
    Code:
      login:^[[1;34m root ^[[0;39m
      password:^[[1;34m toor ^[[0;39m
    How to use it to use my own colors and for example bold font ?

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    Those codes are shell ANSI codes. I did a google search and found:
    http://www.gilesorr.com/bashprompt/h...27.html#AEN329

    which might be of some use.

    I ended up editing my issue file using VI. For VI, in order to insert an escape sequence, you must first:
    i - insert mode
    CTRL-V, Esc key to insert ^[

    I then followed by [0;31m to change the ansi color. Took a little time and careful editing, but it looks great now.

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