Login utánni folyamatok


Valaki tudna nekem okosat mondani, hogy mi történik a bejelentkezés után az OpenBSD-ben?
Olyasmire lennék kíváncsi hogy milyen szkriptek futnak le, a /root-ban levő .profile ill. .login mikor és milyen formában folyik le?
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miért kell?


     If the file /etc/nologin exists (and the ``ignorenologin'' boolean is not
     set in the user's login class), login displays its contents to the user
     and exits.  This is used by shutdown(8) to prevent users from logging in
     when the system is about to go down.

     If the file /etc/fbtab exists, login changes the protection and ownership
     of certain devices specified in this file.

     If the file /var/log/failedlogin exists, login will record failed login
     attempts in this file.

     Immediately after logging a user in, login displays the system copyright
     notice, the date and time the user last logged in, the date and time of
     the last unsuccessful login (if the file /var/log/failedlogin exists),
     the message of the day as well as other information.  If the file
     ``.hushlogin'' exists in the user's home directory, all of these messages
     are suppressed.  This is to simplify logins for non-human users, such as
     uucp.  login then records an entry in the wtmp(5) and utmp(5) files and
     executes the user's command interpreter.

     login enters information into the environment (see environ(7)) specifying
     the user's home directory (HOME), command interpreter (SHELL), search
     path (PATH), terminal type (TERM), and user name (both LOGNAME and USER).

     The standard shells, csh(1) and sh(1), do not fork before executing the
     login utility.

     Note that if login is invoked by a non-root user, it will execute su(1)
     in login emulation mode instead.

"""hasonlít""" egy AIX-os loginra [legalább szemléltetve van, __de nem ua.__]: http://i.imgur.com/ENNOn.jpg