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Re: shell program menu

> even if they do manage to fork a shell somehow, they'll just get their
> default shell which will source /etc/profile and end up with them
> in another instance of the menu. there are probably ways for clever
> users to get around this, but they all require the ability to execute
> arbitrary commands...which is as good as having a shell anyway.

Damn... I meant to ask in the last email... has anyone used lshell in an
environment like this to restrict user abuse (accidental and/or on
purpose) of system resources?

It's been on my list of things to investigate for quite a while but I've
never quite gotten to it :-)


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