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Old 10-27-2004, 11:44 AM   #1
zsoltrenyi
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limitations in access.conf does not aply under runlevel 5


hi
i'm using mandrake 10.0, and i want to restrict the logins to my computer
i added the following line into /etc/security/access.conf :
-: ALL EXCEPT root someuser : ALL
it works fine in runlevel 3, but under runlevel 5 anybody can login
any help would be appreciated
thanks
 
  


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