Ive got a Linux Fedora 4 box with all the fancy packages running. Its strictly a learning tool and isnt used for serving or web hosting or anything like that. I login into it via SSH thru PuTTY to access it.
My quesion is:
1) Is there a tool or program available similar to POWER OPTIONS in Windows where after so many minutes or hours of inactivity the computer will shut down by itself. I dont have a mouse or keyboard or monitor connected to the computer. I would want it to shut down if I havent been active in the SSH window for lets say 2 hours. Is this possible?? How can it be done? Remember I login via SSH.
Little introduction about CP:
CP is a command on linux that use to copy files and folder from one location to another location. Example usage of CP as follow:
cp /myfoder /pathto/destination/folder/
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