Q. User tom is a member of a group called sales and printer. I’d like to remove tom from a group called printer without editing any user configuration text files stored at /etc/ directory?
Q. I know /tmp as it named is a temporary dircory, Debian policy is to clean /tmp at boot. However, I’d like to configure my Ubuntu Server to stop deleting files from /tmp on boot due to custom configuration issue. How do I configure behavior of boot scripts to stop deleting files on boot?
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Q. We have a few users who frequently forget to log out and I’d like to force them or automatically log out a user in case of inactivity detected. How do I force user to be logged out automatically? A. BASH provides TMOUT variable. It is necessary for security reasons to have an inactive user […]