Re: Getting remote user and remote host
Date: Mon, 10 Nov 2003 08:10:15 +0100
Nico Kadel-Garcia <email@example.com> wrote:
> "Michael Heiming" <michael+USENET@www.heiming.de> wrote in message
> > You just need to setup accounts for each user, it's
> > a rather bad idea to use a shared account and now
> > blame ssh for your wrong usage of unix.
> There are numerous compelling reasons to do this, usually involving shared
> access to special user privileges on that specific server.
There's not a single reason to do this, setup an account for each user and
let them use 'su' or even better 'sudo' for logging purposes, to use the
Remove +SIGNS and www. if you expect an answer, sorry for
inconvenience, but I get tons of SPAM
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