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An option to make autologin quiet #21

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kaihendry opened this Issue Nov 18, 2012 · 3 comments

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kaihendry commented Nov 18, 2012

Hi, I'm trying to have an absolutely silent boot:
https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Silent_boot

However I find agetty printing with the configuration:

ExecStart=-/sbin/agetty -i -a hendry %I 38400

The following:

hostname login: hendry (automatic login)

Which is undesirable. I thought initially -n, --skip-login might help, but it doesn't after testing and looking at the source. Thanks!

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karelzak commented Nov 19, 2012

Fixed by upstream commit 933956c.

   agetty --skip-login --noissue --autologin foouser

provides silent login now. Thanks.

Note that you need ~/.hushlogin or /etc/hushlogins do make login(1) silent and probably also reconfigure PAM to not print some messages (like "Last login or" so...).

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kaihendry commented Dec 23, 2012

Why wasn't this fix in 2.22.2 ? Thanks!

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karelzak commented Dec 23, 2012

On Sat, Dec 22, 2012 at 10:44:03PM -0800, Kai Hendry wrote:

Why wasn't this fix in 2.22.2 ? Thanks!

Hmm... I does not seem so urgent and important. Maybe I was too
restrictive, the patch is not invasive. Next time. Sorry.

Karel

Karel Zak kzak@redhat.com
http://karelzak.blogspot.com

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