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/etc/shutdown.allow



>De man shutdown:
>
>  If shutdown  is  called with the -a argument (add this to the
>invocation of shutdown in /etc/inittab), it checks to  see if  the file
>/etc/shutdown.allow is present.  It then compares the login names in
>that file with the list of people that are logged in in a virtual
>console  (from /var/run/utmp). Only if one of those authorized  users
>or root  is  logged  in,  it  will proceed.

Si mi inglés no me falla, acá dice que solamente si uno de los usuarios
esta loggeado, ejecuta el shutdown, pero no dice nada sobre *quien* ejecuta
el shutdown



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