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Panther or Jaguar?
Authored by: ssevenup on Mar 16, '04 01:13:00PM
I don't think the com.apple.loginwindow.plist has changed between the two versions
Actually upon rethinking my testing of late if you copy the plist from Panther to a Jaguar box the login panel will never load so you can never log in. Trust me, I was building an install script that had logic problem and did just that. There is a subtle difference between them.

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Panther or Jaguar?
Authored by: ssevenup on Mar 16, '04 07:51:21PM
Actually upon rethinking my testing of late if you copy the plist from Panther to a Jaguar box the login panel will never load so you can never log in.
Sorry, possible foot in mouth situation... it is the /etc/ttys file that is definitely different between the two. In fact the -PowerOffDisable arg may have even been moved from loginpanel.plist to /etc/ttys in Panther? This would mean that those file are also different of course.

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Panther or Jaguar?
Authored by: sapridyne on Mar 17, '04 12:37:18AM

Have you tried Mike Bombich's LoginWindow Manager? This modifies the file used to create logout hooks. I haven't played with any file but root's com.apple.loginwindow.plist file. You can use this to figure out which file it modifies in 10.2, then manually modify it yourself...

http://www.bombich.com/software/lwm.html

...Not sure if that helps or not...



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