• Quick question on logging

    From Kevin Melillo@VERT to All on Tue Jun 20 13:01:00 2017
    Good evening,
    I was just wondering if there is an easy place to modify the log in procedure so it does not display Synchronet and the version... so I can clone and display Opus CBCS information instead.

    Anyone know where I can find and modify this?

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  • From Digital Man@VERT to Kevin Melillo on Tue Jun 20 15:13:00 2017
    Re: Quick question on logging in - Cloning Opus CBCS
    By: Kevin Melillo to All on Tue Jun 20 2017 05:01 pm

    Good evening,
    I was just wondering if there is an easy place to modify the log in procedure so it does not display Synchronet and the version... so I can clone and display Opus CBCS information instead.

    Anyone know where I can find and modify this?

    You'd have to modify the Synchronet C/C++ source code totally get rid of or modify the copyright blurb upon first connect. You could quickly clear the screen (e.g. in your text/answer.asc or exec/login.js) so the user wouldn't really see evidence of "Synchronet" for very long and then display "Opus CBCS" or whatever software emulation you wanted after that. There are many ways to clear the screen. If you need details, just speak up.

    digital man

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  • From Kevin Melillo@VERT to Digital Man on Wed Jun 21 03:35:00 2017
    Re: Quick question on logging in - Cloning Opus CBCS
    By: Digital Man to Kevin Melillo on Tue Jun 20 2017 07:13 pm

    You'd have to modify the Synchronet C/C++ source code totally get rid of or modify the copyright blurb upon first connect. You could quickly clear the screen (e.g. in your text/answer.asc or exec/login.js) so the user wouldn't really see evidence of "Synchronet" for very long and then display "Opus CBCS" or whatever software emulation you wanted after that. There are many ways to clear the screen. If you need details, just speak up.
    Thank you. I have done this through login.js right now by using a clear screen. I do not want to mess with source code, and recompiling right now.

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