> From: HWSWMAN <ed.pat...@gmail.com>
> i have a linux server with our website files, and i have me, plus a few 
> developers in another country ... myself and the developers share the same 
> SSH access username

That is generally a bad idea, because then the access of a single
developer cannot be revoked without revoking the access of all the

Better is to assign each developer a different username (which can
have a distinct password).  Put all the usernames into one group.  All
of the things that the developers should have read or write access to
on the server can then be made readable or writable for the entire
group.  Also, the various Linux system management tools can see and
record which developer logged in when.


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