mups.cp at gmail.com
Fri Oct 12 14:11:50 UTC 2007
On SSH you could create a /etc/ssh/sshrc and put your piece of code
inside it. This code is execute once only when users connect to your
server through SSH.
On 10/11/07, Michael Scully <agentscully at flexiblestrategies.com> wrote:
> I have users who connect via ssh to run a particular application.
> For those, I have their .bash_profile set to run this application and exit
> when they close it. But I often need those same users to login at the
> console or via an X-Windows session for other things. If they try to log in
> via the console or X-client, it will fail because it tries to run this
> application instead.
> What environment variable or tty test would work easiest to make
> this "autorun" conditional? If they are using X and create a terminal
> session somewhere on the desktop, I DO NOT want that one to launch the
> application either. Thanks in advance.
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