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How to set up error message in cPanel
When the user enters a wrong URL or the user is not authorized to access a specific directory, we can set up a specific message to be displayed.
1) Login to cPanel.
2) Click on “Error Pages”.
3) Click on the error types from the list. (400, 401, 403, 404 or 500).
4) Enter the message and click on save.
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Display a message when logging in through SSH
If you have ever wanted to display a message to your users when the log in through ssh, you just need to edit a couple of files. The first one is:

vi /etc/motd

This file has the text that will be displayed when an authorized user logs in through SSH. The next change we need to make is to the SSH configuration file, which tell it to display the MOTD (message of the day). The file can be found here, on a CentOS 5 system:

vi /etc/ssh/sshd_config

Look for the line containing PrintMotd an
Author: UltratechHost - Replies: 0 - Views: 3363
Display a message to a user when logging in through SSH
If you have ever wanted to display a message to your users when the log in through ssh, you just need to edit a couple of files. The first one is:

Code:
vim /etc/motd

This file has the text that will be displayed when an authorized user logs in through SSH. The next change we need to make is to the SSH configuration file, which tell it to display the MOTD (message of the day). The file can be found here, on a CentOS 5 system:

Code:
vim /etc/ssh/sshd_config

Look for t