On Sat, Dec 13, 2003 at 12:50:55PM -0500, Phil Murphy wrote: > I've been trying to test out some features in /etc/login.conf. I > created a user "test", in a login class "kids". I edited > /etc/login.conf to include: > > kids:\ > :daytime=10:\ > :tc=default: > > I ran cap_mkdb /etc/login.conf, and tried logging in as "test". I > assumed that the user would be logged off in 10 seconds, but this did > not happen. I added: > > :sessiontime=10: > > and reran cap_mkdb. Still no effect. I reran cap_mkdb -v > /etc/login.conf and received a confirmation message. I have read, and > reread the manpages, googled, searched freebsd.org, bsdforums.org, > etc., and have found that others are experiencing the same problem. I > have not found any solution yet. Is there something I am missing? My > goal is to be able to restrict login times and duration. login caps for duration didn't work as advertised last time I checked, idled from the ports can help with this.
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