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Date:      Tue, 1 Jul 1997 02:24:10 -0400
From:      "Troy Settle" <rewt@i-Plus.net>
To:        <freebsd-questions@FreeBSD.ORG>, "Elton Chiu" <echiu@majendie.com>
Subject:   Re: Turning off messages in virtual terminal
Message-ID:  <199707010620.CAA11853@radford.i-plus.net>

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From: Elton Chiu <echiu@majendie.com>
>I noticed that when I logged on more than one virtual terminals, the
first
>virtual terminal would display couple lines of login messages from the
>second virtual terminal as well. Could anyone please tell me how I could
>suppress those messages?

Check /etc/syslog.conf

>Another unrelated question is how do I recall the last command typed at
the
>console (on Linux, I typed the "up arrow" key and ^R for other systems).

Try changing your shell to bash, tcsh, or zsh.  (linux uses bash by
default)

>Thanks for your help.

Uhmm.. sure, no problem

Troy Settle <st@i-Plus.net>
Network Administrator, iPlus Internet Services
http://www.i-Plus.net




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