How to disallow logout
aryeh.friedman at gmail.com
Sat Sep 11 15:18:59 UTC 2010
I would prefer to have the plain text around after a power failure
because it could be several days of work and as I said the only reason
for all this is to make the client comfortable and not that I do not
trust the team (I do trust them)
On Sat, Sep 11, 2010 at 11:10 AM, Oliver Fromme <olli at lurza.secnetix.de> wrote:
> Aryeh Friedman wrote:
> > In this case the admin and developer are the same person... namely at
> > the clients request I am the only person allowed to work on the
> > project and I just want to make it so I can't accidently do something
> > like control-d or something like that and leave a plain text version
> > of a project that has a very strict NDA laying around (liquidated
> > damages of $250k)... the scenrio is we a are a team (each one of us is
> > in diff city) of freelance CS people and all use the same server for
> > all our development to make cooperation possible when needed (not in
> > this case) have centralized backups, etc. and as mentioned on this one
> > project the client has forced me to sign a NDA saying I can't even
> > show the code to the other team members without the client's
> > permission and thus am storing the repo using security/fuse-encfs, but
> > since the version control system (devel/aegis) requires creating a
> > development directory that is not encrypted I want to force/remind
> > myself to checkin what ever I was working into the encrypted repo when
> > I go "home" (it is a home office ;-)) at night or out to lunch
> If it's just a reminder to yourself, then I would simply
> remove the keybinding for ^D (or bind it to something else;
> the details depend on your login shell) and alias "exit"
> and "logout" to a script that checks the working directory
> of your version control system. If things have been checked
> in correctly, it logs you out, otherwise it prints a message
> and terminates, throwing you back to the shell prompt.
> Additionally, you could put the checked-out files on a
> geli-encrypted device and/or on a memory file system. That
> will make sure that there ist no unencrypted stuff left
> behind after a power-failure or crash.
> Best regards
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