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Hey, i need to login 400 users, and cause it would take quite some time loggin them in one by one by hand. I want to ask is there a script to auto login users over ssh/ or another protocol??
I have heard about keygen but then i would make to make a key for every user and that would take me forever. I only need to log them in once, so its not that i have to do it ever again.
Is this possible??
Do you have to log in on the same machine? You could log in as root, and then use a bash script to loop over all your users, let them execute a specific script, and then quit.
$> for user in ( user1 user2 user3 ); do su - $user ls; done
(this will make an "ls" for all users)
Hope this helps