very small, efficient, console-only getty and login
fgetty is a small, efficient, console-only getty for Linux. It is derived
from mingetty but hacked until it would link against diet libc to produce
the smallest memory footprint possible for a simple yet complete getty.
fgetty includes a login program that supports the checkpassword
authentication interface, and also a checkpassword program that uses the
standard C library interface to passwd and shadow.
This is actually a mingetty without the printfs.
Why? Because then you can link it against dietlibc
Actually, diet libc now supports printf, but not using it makes binaries
The difference is remarkable:
USER PID %CPU %MEM VSZ RSS TTY STAT START TIME COMMAND
root 5487 0.0 0.1 1180 444 tty5 S 00:40 0:00 /sbin
fgetty for Debian
The login and login2 programs from the fgetty package are installed as
fgetty-login and fgetty-login2 into /bin/. fgetty is changed to run
/bin/fgetty-login instead of /bin/login, and fgetty-login is changed
to run /bin/fgetty-login2 instead of /bin/login2.
By default fgetty-login uses /bin/checkpassword (provided by this package)
to authenticate a user, but,
checkpassword - check a password
checkpassword reads descriptor 3 through end of file and then
closes descriptor 3. There must be at most 512 bytes of data
before end of file.
The information supplied on descriptor 3 is a login name ter�
FGETTY(8) System Administrator's Manual FGETTY(8)
fgetty - a small
fgetty (0.6-5) unstable; urgency=low
* debian/implicit: add proper dependencies to support 'paral
You can now run fgetty as "fgetty 1" and it will try "/dev/vc/1" and
"/dev/tty1" before g
This package was debianized by Gerrit Pape <email@example.com> on
Mon, 16 Feb 2004.
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