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Date:      Mon, 14 Jul 97 15:15:19 +0200
Subject:   Re: login.conf 
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In-Reply-To: Message from  of Mon, 14 Jul 97 12:45:16  -0000.

Next in thread | Raw E-Mail | Index | Archive | Help writes:
> Hi there,
> After I upgraded my 2.2.1 to 2.2.2, I started getting an 
> login_getclass: error when I login, and after searching the 
> mailing list archives I discovered that I needed a login.conf 
> file (I have no clue on what this contains).
> But since the SETC.AA install package wasn't on my system, I 
> couldn't find the file in /usr/src/etc .. So after downloading 
> the SETC.* files, I tried using /stand/sysinstall to add the 
> package - but HOW do I do that? I tried using the Configure -> 
> Distributions, but I can't see how you get it to add the 
> package.
> A way to install the SETC.AA package, or just a login.conf file 
> would be very appreciated.

The setc.* and other files are just tarballs broken up into byte-size
chewies so they'll  fit on a floppy.

cd <some_directory>
cat <path_to_setc_files>/setc.* | tar xzf -

You could also look in the mail archives on; login.conf
has been posted several times.

Gary Jennejohn				(work)

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