Q&A - Souk of Tweaks
I just found out that nullidentd is installed by default.
However, I found no running process - hence I doubt it can
be used right away for authentication with squid?
Today, some machines have been compromised (hardware issue).
I am using scripts to single out users that might have witnessed this
# file: ltsp-show-list-of-last-users.sh
echo Latest user for any LTSP client
cat /var/log/auth.log |grep "session opened" |grep ltsp0 |cut -f6 "-d "|
cut "-d:" -f1 |sort -u >>/tmp/ltspclients
while read myLine
echo $myLine:`cat /var/log/auth.log |grep "session opened" |grep
$myLine |cut "-d " -f1-3,12 |tail`
I am quite aware that there is a conflict between privacy and
responsiblity - however, this is just collecting what "last" returns
In case you have better scripts also listing Samba users - please share!
BTW: Any hint how to paste a sinle file in a way where any set of 2
subsequent lines will be joined to one single line? Like: