Terminates connections for idle users
Autolog terminates connections considered to be idle based on a large
variety of parameters.
Note that if using the '-o' flag, the data will be saved in /var/lib/autolog
(to comply with FHS) -- I modified the man page to note this, but left the
original README file alone.
The autolog daemon will be activated after you install or upgrade it and will
log users out after two hours of idle time. If you do not want this then
either customize /etc/autolog.conf and /etc/rc.d/autolog accordi
Autolog is a new version of autolog by Kyle Bateman (firstname.lastname@example.org),
modified by me (Carsten Juerges, email@example.com) to
get the logout-warning on that terminal I worked in, last time.
Before the warning was written on the login-screen, where I
started X (startx), so it was difficult to get or to react on
Now it is checked, which is the terminal with
autolog.conf - Configuration file for the autolog command
The configuration file consists of multiple lines, each of
which describes a class of processes subject (or not subject)
to a certain auto logout procedure. A line consists of any
number of switches. Value
autolog - Log ou
autolog (0.40-13.1) unstable; urgency=low
* Non-maintainer upload.
* Don't set PATH in postrm (
Added 'hard' logout feature. Several bug fixes.
This package was debianized by Christoph Lameter
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