NOLOGIN(8)                (02/07/2020)                 NOLOGIN(8)

     NAME
          nologin - politely refuse a login

     SYNOPSIS
          nologin

     DESCRIPTION
          The nologin command displays a message that an account is
          not available and exits non-zero. It is intended as a
          replacement shell field for accounts that have been
          disabled.

          To disable all logins, investigate nologin(5).

          If SSH_ORIGINAL_COMMAND is populated it will be logged.

     SEE ALSO
          login(1), nologin(5).

     HISTORY
          The nologin command appeared in BSD 4.4.

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