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Re: changing login.c



On Mon, Nov 27, 2000 at 06:19:13PM +0100, Kutter, Peter wrote:
> hello,
> i want to logon with my chipcard. therefore i dont want to write my username at the login process. the username should be read from the card directly and given to the login process. So i did not find a conlusion to this problem by PAM i decided to rewrite the login.c file. Has anyone experiences with this problem or has anyone rewritten the login process ? 
> Thanks

I think you'll find that wont solve your problem. On most systems, the
"login: " prompt you get initially is not from the `login' program, but it
is from a console getty. After it gets the username, it then turns over
control to the login program.

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