Quick Tip: Turn off the login banner in Linux or Unix .hushlogin file

Did you know? You can turn off the banner in Linux or Unix using a particular file. When you log in using ssh or other methods, you will find tons of information on the screen. Here is how my FreeBSD home server login looks:

FreeBSD login banner

Default motd with my hardware and other info

The first one is /etc/motd, and the second is the output of neofetch called from ~/.profile file. And my Ubuntu Linux box showing stuff too when I login using the ssh command:

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