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I need to replace my login script @ usr/login/bin


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Can someone send me a copy of their script? I think mine was severely damaged somehow, and I cant find an example anywhere!
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Why not create a new user and if necessary log in as root off line only to add any needed permissions. Also you can delete preferance files for the user in question (finder > user > library) and they shoould regenerate on a new log in
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