Editing or Restoring last login info. of SSH
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    Question Editing or Restoring last login info. of SSH

    Hello,
    How can i restore or edit the Last Login data of SSH?
    Thanks

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    What settings are you looking for? The public keys are located in ~/.ssh/ , the settings for your account that you ssh into are on the remote computer under ~/.bashrc , yada, and yada. Plus, are you using a frontend or just the shell. Thanks a bunch.
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    Am using putty to connect to the server.
    when I sucessfully connect to SSH i get this line:
    Last login: Mon Mar 1 07:15:33 2004 from adsl-tplus-16-201.intnet.mu


    How can i edit or restore it to the previous ip?

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    I realy think this is someone doing this for good..

    come on man.. did you even read the FAQ or the intro to antionline ??

    and even worse.. a quick google fond me the way to edit it...
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    Yes please tell me how do to it?Am totally newbie to Linux..
    I'll tip $10 to any person who tells me how to do that.

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