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Hello all, 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 ...
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- 07-02-2008 #1
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.
- 07-03-2008 #2
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- Apr 2005
- Clinton Township, MI
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- 07-03-2008 #3
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.
- 11-25-2008 #4
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- 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?
- 11-25-2008 #5
There's also 'slay' which should kill all the processes belonging to a user:
freshmeat.net: Project details for Slay"Time is an illusion. Lunchtime, doubly so."
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