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Feb
18
comment quick way to adduser and userdel in multiple machines
Fantastic terdon!!! Thanks heaps. sorry sor my slow response as I was stuck in other projects and just got back to managing the servers.
Feb
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accepted quick way to adduser and userdel in multiple machines
Jan
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Jan
31
comment quick way to adduser and userdel in multiple machines
thanks terdon. I checked the man page of adduser, it doesn't seem there is any option to put the user detail, eg. Full name, Room num, etc. in the command line. Note that the Full name most likely contains space. Thanks.
Jan
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Jan
30
comment quick way to adduser and userdel in multiple machines
I got no idea what LDAP is. Just had a look at the wiki, it's for organising a set of records. How to use it for user management in Operating System? Thanks.
Jan
30
comment quick way to adduser and userdel in multiple machines
hmhm.... in this case, I will still need to input all the duplicated details (name, office, tel num, etc.). Any other ideas? Thanks.
Jan
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Nov
20
comment Different default permission for directory and file
Thanks Dan, but then besides umask, is there any other way to achieve this? Thanks.
Nov
20
asked Different default permission for directory and file
Nov
9
revised Change the number of consecutive frequent ssh login before temporary blocking the user login
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Nov
9
comment Change the number of consecutive frequent ssh login before temporary blocking the user login
@Mark, I checked the server, there is not /etc/fail2ban or similar file or directory so seems the system is not using this one. Do you have any idea how I can check what cause this behaviour? Thanks.
Nov
9
comment Change the number of consecutive frequent ssh login before temporary blocking the user login
@Mark, I got no idea on what is used to introduce this behaviour on the server. It's annoying and I was thinking may possibly ssh configures that so I asked. But it seems I was wrong. Thanks.
Nov
9
revised Change the number of consecutive frequent ssh login before temporary blocking the user login
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Nov
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Nov
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revised Change the number of consecutive frequent ssh login before temporary blocking the user login
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Nov
9
comment Change the number of consecutive frequent ssh login before temporary blocking the user login
@jaume, no. not changing the consecutive failed login attempt information. The ssh will block the user for certain amount of time when after 3 consecutive frequent successful login.