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  1. #1

    bash auditing

    Hi dear friends
    I have an RHEL5 installed and I gave all users on it rbash shell, Now I want to audit all commands that they did in there shell once they enter them, Can any guide me to the way

  2. #2
    Linux User
    Join Date
    Jan 2007
    perhaps you could set bash up so as to save a user's
    commands in "/root/history.user" or some such, and then
    peruse at your leisure.

    from "man bash"


    The name of the file in which command history is saved
    (see HISTORY below). The default value is
    the sun is new every day (heraclitus)

  3. #3
    auditd services.

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