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I have just setup a bsd file server a few weeks ago for the simple reason that i had a spare pc and don't know bsd
I have an account called test, have I have a friend remote log in so I can test permissions etc through ssh.
There is one thing that I haven't been able to work out and it's bugging me. How can you kick a user offline?
If he's theres a user connected to a bsd server, besides deleting the account (which is the only way i have kicked the session) how can you kick someone.
When I lock the account / expire the account it stays online and he can still change dirs etc.
The connection is through ssh.
- Join Date
- Apr 2005
- Clinton Township, MI
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Thanks heaps for that.
I spent quite some time googleing and all i came across was how to kick all all but super users.
I will play with that tonight.
- Join Date
- Nov 2008
That will stop the processes, but not prevent them from logging in again and starting a new session. Is that what you wanted to do? Just stop their current session and allow them to connect again?
There's also 'slay' which should kill all the processes belonging to a user:
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