Re: Calling User Program
Though not strictly an SSH issue, I believe you can also override the
'shell' setting for a designated user. E.G. replace /bin/bash or
whatever SHELL you have assigned to that user with /path/to/my/app. The
result will be that login shall invoke /path/to/my/app.
read 'man 5 passwd' & 'man useradd'
Alberto Mijares wrote:
On Tue, Aug 25, 2009 at 6:41 PM, linux newbie<linux.newbie79@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
I am running sshd (version 5.2.p1) in my embedded platform and I can
from ssh client in remote host.
I like to do some modifications. i.e. After typing username and
password, I want to run a application program directly instead of
prompt. I like to know, which file has to be modified?
Thanks in Advance
For wide-system setting:
/etc/profile (sh & bash)
~/.profile (sh & bash)
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