Use DISPLAY to show the contents of a text file when the user logs in.
When you use DISPLAY, all characters in the file, including any printer and word processing codes, appear. This command works best with an ASCII file.
To display only the text and suppress codes, use Section 3.12, FDISPLAY.
NOTE:If the given path does not exist or if the file is not found, no error message appears on the screen when the user logs in.
DISPLAY [path] filename
Replace path with either a drive letter or a full directory path beginning with the NetWare volume name.
Replace filename with the complete name (including the extension) of the file that you want to display.
Suppose you put messages in a file called sysnew.txt in the sys:public\messages directory, and you want your users to see the messages when they log in on Monday. Add the following lines to the container login script:
IF DAY_OF_WEEK="Monday" THEN