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Old 12-13-2003, 02:34 PM   #1
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User activity on a given date

Hi there,

Is it possible to find out what commands a user has run on a specific date? Let's say user "twantrd" has logged in via ssh on Dec 10 on a box and has ran X commands. How do I find that twantrd ran X commands on dec 10?

I know that I could look at the user's bash_history file but that doesn't display what they ran on that specific date. This is done on debian woody distribution box. THank you very much.



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