diff -up mgetty-1.1.36/doc/mgetty.8in.issue-doc mgetty-1.1.36/doc/mgetty.8in --- mgetty-1.1.36/doc/mgetty.8in.issue-doc 2008-10-09 22:56:23.000000000 +0200 +++ mgetty-1.1.36/doc/mgetty.8in 2008-10-09 22:56:23.000000000 +0200 @@ -42,16 +42,16 @@ initialization whatsoever. .B -p <login prompt> Use the given string to prompt users for their login names. Various tokens are allowed in this string. These tokens are: @ for the system -name, \\n, \\r, \\g, \\b, \\v, \\f, \\t for newline, carriage return, bell, -backspace, vertical tab, form feed, and tab, respectively. -\\P and \\L will expand to the tty name ("ttyS0"). \\Y will give the Caller +name, \\n, \\g, \\f, for newline, bell, +and form feed, respectively. +\\v and \\r will expand to the OS version and release. +\\P, \\l and \\L will expand to the tty name ("ttyS0"). +\\Y will give the Caller ID, \\I the "CONNECT foobar" string returned -by the modem, and \\S will output the port speed. -\\s, \\m, \\V, \\R represent the operating system, the hardware name, -the OS version, the OS release. +by the modem, and \\S or \\b will output the port speed. \\N and \\U give the number of users currently logged in. -\\C will be changed into the result of ctime(), and \\D and \\T will -output the date and time, respectively. Finally, \\<digit> will use digit +\\C will be changed into the result of ctime(), and \\D or \\d and \\t or \\T +will output the date and time, respectively. Finally, \\<digit> will use digit as octal/decimal/hexadecimal representation of the character to follow. The default prompt is specified at compile time.