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Log on monitor what the user does

Posted on 1998-11-02
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Hi!
Let´s say a user connects from a specific adress.Is there a way to get on my screen (or in a file) what that user does
in my system.
We are running HP-UX, is there scripts or binarys to get somwhere?
Regards
Claes Lindvall
Sweden
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Try....
ttywatcher
http://www.ensta.fr/internet/unix/sys_admin/TTY-Watcher.html
You can see each command and the output as they type it, you can also save it
to a file.
regards
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Thank you. It looks nice. Do you if it works with HP-UX? It says that it is ported for Sun OS and Solaris.

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