byobu-shell: respect ~/.hushlogin file

Bug #1500109 reported by Will Elwood on 2015-09-26
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byobu
Low
Dustin Kirkland 

Bug Description

According to `man login`:
"You may turn off the printing of the system message file, /etc/motd, by creating a zero-length file .hushlogin in your login directory."

The presence of this file is ignored by byobu-shell and the motd is printed regardless of the user's preference.

This was fine and I didn't even notice on Ubuntu since the motd contained useful dynamic information, but I've just installed 5.80 on a FreeBSD-based machine and the motd's just a small wall of text (granted it specifically tells me to edit /etc/motd, but it would be nice if I didn't have to). I know the FreeBSD port is several versions behind, but comparing the relevant code suggests there is still no handling of ~/.hushlogin in the latest version.

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Dustin Kirkland  (kirkland) wrote :

revno: 2456
fixes bug: https://launchpad.net/bugs/1500109
committer: Dustin Kirkland <email address hidden>
branch nick: byobu
timestamp: Thu 2016-01-14 08:52:15 +0200
message:
  * usr/bin/byobu-shell.in: LP: #1500109
    - respect ~/.hushlogin file

Changed in byobu:
importance: Undecided → Low
status: New → In Progress
assignee: nobody → Dustin Kirkland  (kirkland)
status: In Progress → Fix Released
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