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Posted by Eric Lubow   
Security Tips Users who may be acting up or aren't listening can still be controlled. Using a program called 'skill' (signal kill) which is part of the 'procps' package.
Halt/Stop User eric: skill -STOP -u eric
Continue User eric: skill -CONT -u eric
Kill and Logout User eric: skill -KILL -u eric
Kill and Logout All Users: skill -KILL -v /dev/pts/*

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replyWritten by vijay on 2007-03-26 08:27:18
Hey Dude  
 
This was Very excellent .... I was Searching this kind of program too many days.. I would like to say Very Thanks to U 
 
Bye
Written by Bijit on 2007-10-16 03:41:53
This is really helpful. 
 
Thanx a lot

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