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the suse linux user administration gives control of how to limit the number of months and days a user can connect to a linux system ,but then how can a user be limited by the number of hours he is suppose to be connected?
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You can use idled for that. The software is pretty old, and no longer supported, but it may still work:  http://www.darkwing.com/idled/
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try LDAP and IPTABLES...we r doing it that way...it works just fine...u can define it on days of week, and the hours the user can log in...
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