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timeoutd scans /var/run/utmp every minute and checks /etc/timeouts for an entry which matches a restricted user, based on:
- The current day and time - The tty that the user is currently logged in on - The user's login ID - Any primary or secondary groups the user is in timeoutd can restrict local users, X11-users and users via telnet/SSH for a maximum of their session, max. day, idle or no login at all.
timeoutd is also able to restrict users running X.
TIMEOUTD 1.5 by Shane Alderton Timeoutd is a programme which allows you to control the following characteristics on a user by user and/or group by group basis for each tty on your system: - maximum idle time - maximum time per session - maximum time per day - times when people can/can't login on specific ttys To build timeoutd, you should make any changes to the makefile for your preferred comp more»
TIMEOUTS(5) TIMEOUTS(5) NAME timeouts - user login/idle/session time limits DESCRIPTION The timeouts file is used by timeoutd (8) to impose limits on what times particular users or groups of users can login on particular terminals, how long a user can be idle (no activ‐ ity on the terminal), how long a user ca more»
TIMEOUTD(8) TIMEOUTD(8) NAME timeoutd - Enforce idle and session time restrictions SYNOPSIS /usr/sbin/timeoutd [ user tty ] DESCRIPTION timeoutd enforces the time restrictions specified in /etc/timeouts. When invoked in daemon mode (without any parameters) timeoutd backgrounds itself, then more»
timeoutd (1.5-10.1) unstable; urgency=low * Non-maintainer upload. * Added LSB formatted depend more»
This package was debianized by Craig Sanders <firstname.lastname@example.org> on Sat, 22 Feb 1997 15:20:11 +1100. I more»