Execute and lock a user into a program upon login
mister.olli at googlemail.com
Sun Mar 15 13:34:46 PDT 2009
have a look here:
I think the cleanest solution would be to create a match block for your
user, and apply the forcecommand within that block...
On Fr, 2009-03-13 at 21:50 -0400, Steve Bertrand wrote:
> Jonathan Chen wrote:
> > On Sat, Mar 14, 2009 at 02:18:27AM +0100, Polytropon wrote:
> > [..]
> >> If the user's shell is csh (FreeBSD's standard dialog shell), you
> >> could achieve the goal:
> >> ~/.login
> >> vtysh
> >> logout
> >> Only problem: I don't know how the shell will act when the user
> >> terminates the vtysh application (^C)...
> > Change the contents of ~/.login to:
> > exec vtysh
> > This overlays the shell with "vtysh". When it exits, the session will
> > be closed.
> Thank you.
> This appears to be what I want.
> I was trying it with the previous setup, but I had to put the user in
> the wheel group. I haven't yet figured where permissions were going astray.
> Your procedure will allow me to put the user in the wheel group for now,
> knowing that logout will occur as soon as the program terminates. This
> way, I can safely know it works, and make myself a note for Monday to
> fix the permissions issues ;)
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