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Old 01-11-2004, 04:43 AM   #1
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shellcode question

if someone help me i will respect it... need a shell code do the following things i am trying something but i doesn't make that i want... 1st i want to chech the space under the directory /home for each user 2st When the users had got 20mbytes then the system must warn them with e-mail and the e-mail must safed in directory /root/admin/e-mail and get it from there .... thanks ! sorry for my poor english... I promise you when i finished it the sort shellcode give it to you .... because i want to believe me... thanks thanks
Old 01-11-2004, 04:48 AM   #2
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An easy way to get the directory sizes would be to use 'du -s /home'. That output should be pretty easy to parse. Then use the 'mail' command to send an e-mail to whomever.


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