/etc/shutdown.allow donst seem to work ?
Using Fedora core 1
with 2.4.24 - crypto-loop-AES kernel
and updated mount / losetup / umount binary's
ive created the file /etc/shutdown.allow
and added my user name and root
to the file in the format specified by `man shutdown`
however when i issue the command as standard user
shutdown -ah now
shutdown -a now
shutdown -a -h now
i get the message
"only root can do that !"
uve followed the instructions in man shutdown exactly...
what's up with my sustem ?
i need to allow users without root permissions to shutdown the machine.
But i REEAY dont want to use the ctrl-alt-delete method.
Users were able to shutdown with GNOME...
but GNOME wasunstable, so im using KDE 3.2.
thanKS for any help or surgestions