kbtrace <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:

> Maybe watch(8) will help you, and lastcomm(1) is also helpful.

alternatively, start script(1) and make sure the other user can read
the file, using tail -f or somesuch.  That's also a quite convenient
way to create a record of just what happened so you can see where
things went wrong if they do.

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