server config, <VirtualHost>, <Anonymous>, <Global>
0.99.0 and later
The DisplayLogin directive configures an ASCII text filename which will be displayed to the user when they initially login. The filename can be either relative or absolute. In the case of a relative filename, the file is searched for in the initial directory a user is placed in immediately after login (home directory for unix user logins, anonymous-root directory for anonymous logins). Note: that for jailed logins, the file must reside inside the chroot()ed file system space. If the file cannot be found or accessed, no error occurs and nothing is logged or displayed to the client. DisplayLogin supports the same "magic cookies" as DisplayFirstChdir.