Hello! On Thu, 9 Oct 2003, Lowell Gilbert wrote:
LG> > 1. I'd like to run termlog -u UID as soon as user with UID log in. How LG> > should I do it? LG> I don't think there are any great answers there. The easy hack is to LG> mess with login scripts, but that would be visible to the user (if LG> they checked). That's fine with me. If users know their actions are logged they may reconsider twice any illegal activity on my box. LG> For a fair amount of extra effort, you could hack it LG> into login(1) itself. I'm not that good with C programming. LG> Those are problems specific to "termlog"; since I never heard of it LG> until now, I don't know much, but on the first I would guess that it's LG> not opening the "real" terminal line. Port: termlog-1.0.3 Path: /usr/ports/security/termlog Info: Monitor or log multiple system terminals synchronously (real-time) This utility is monitoring and logging multiple system ttys. I've decided to use it becaus it looked like this it what I was looking for. But it isn't working right or maybe I can't make it work. LG> > Maybe there is a better way to log users activity? LG> Did you look at the watch(8) utility in the base system? Yes, but only in interactive mode. I'll try to make it work automatically as soon as users log in. -- Greetz, Idaho _______________________________________________ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"