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Re: /etc/shutdown.allow

On Tue, Jul 13, 1999 at 10:04:26AM -0300, jvicente@banelco.com.ar wrote:
> >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

Bueno, yo le veo sentido. Una pantalla/teclado con varios usuarios, si
de ellos uno está autorizado, estás autorizado. Parece lógico, donde
ves el problema?


     Juanmi Mora 
  Barcelona - España

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