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matteocisilino

matteocisilino

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  • matteocisilino
    RE: not whoami, but whowasi?
    What you are looking for is a simple Auth.* event . Every Distro match the pattern in a significant log file . Look for auth.log or secure /var/log . Or simply "grep" this pattern "COMMAND=/bin/su" in any file in var/log , to inspect where it's logged.
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    What you are looking for is a simple Auth.* event .
    Every Distro match the pattern in a significant log file .

    Look for auth.log or secure /var/log . Or simply "grep" this pattern "COMMAND=/bin/su" in any file in var/log , to inspect where it's logged.

  • matteocisilino
    RE: superuser
    or put the commands in a path defined in your path section , for regular files will be ok in /usr/local/bin , this will make the command launchable simply via "boo"
    Link to this post 10 Jul 11

    or put the commands in a path defined in your path section , for regular files will be ok in /usr/local/bin , this will make the command launchable simply via "boo"

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