there is no dialup, only zuul
When you run poweroff(1M) on a /dev/term/* device, you get this quaint (and errant) message:
ux ttyb login: root Password: 2013-06-08T19:06:48+00:00 ux login: [ID 644210 auth.notice] ROOT LOGIN /dev/term/b Last login: Mon Jun 3 21:05:26 from 10.88.88.1 You have new mail. ux # poweroff poweroff: dangerous on a dialup;use ``poweroff -y'' if you are really sure We can probably remove this message.
This is needless, and indeed oddly arbitrary, paternalism on the part of the halt(1M) suite of commands -- it does not, for instance, affect SSH or other remote connections. We should remove this message.
NB: This bug mirrors Joyent's OS-2288.
Updated by Dan McDonald almost 8 years ago
- Status changed from New to Resolved