I have recently been playing with Slackware's 14.0 RC4 /etc/login.access file, which is designed to determinate who can log on where. The default file has lots of (commented) examples.
The examples suggest that the following line:
should disable console logins for the user "myuser", but it does not happen. I can still logon with "myuser" in the ttys after loading this rule.
Is it that the rule is obsolete, or just that I have misunderstood it? I have found BSD documentation supporting this syntax, but it seemed outdated...
The config file works as expected when the ttys are defined one by one: