On Tue, 2007-09-25 at 01:19 -0700, Brian Mury wrote: > Hi Frank, > > On Tue, 2007-09-25 at 01:09 -0600, Frank Cox wrote: > > Fair enough. But I think your users habits would have little in common with a > > majority of today's Fedora users. > > > > As the default shell on Fedora and Red Hat systems, the inertia factor alone > > makes most folks just use bash and leave it at that. > > You are, of course correct. The issue, however, is not which shell is > used by the majority of users, but how to have a command run when a user > logs out. You as much as admit the problem when you say "a majority" and > "most". Putting it in ~/.bash_logout will not guarantee this because > there is no guarantee that all users are using/will continue to use > bash. > > > I suppose one could remove all alternative shells from Fedora and in > > that way > > force people to use bash, if it was really an important objective. > > That would work, so long as the user doesn't modify ~/.bash_logout. Or > put the same command in the logout scripts used by the other available > shells (again, this could break if the user modifies those files). > > Oh, you don't have to actually remove the other shells, just > edit /etc/shells - it controls which shells users are allowed to choose. > > Searching the Internet, I came across http://dries.eu/rpmpackages/package/pam_script/pam_script/index.html I had trouble finding documentation for pam_script. A link is broken. Anyone have any experience with pam_script? Would this do the job?
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