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The Lounge What is on Your Mind? Congrats to RudiC - 3000 Thanks! Post 302988494 by RudiC on Tuesday 27th of December 2016 07:20:24 AM
Old 12-27-2016
Well, thanks to all of you ! It is and has been so much fun to be and contribute in here - can't be overestimated.

And, while, yes, some time has been spent in here, I have to admit that I learned much more from all of you than I think I contributed. Having been a VMS - and some ORACLE - person in ancient times I was relatively new to *nix when I dropped by. Luckily I could apply some of my experiences from old times in these fora. My firm belief is that curiosity, creativity, and logic thinking are THE BASICS to - not only - our professional branch / subfield.
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PAM_LASTLOG(8)							 Linux-PAM Manual						    PAM_LASTLOG(8)

NAME
pam_lastlog - PAM module to display date of last login SYNOPSIS
pam_lastlog.so [debug] [silent] [never] [nodate] [nohost] [noterm] [nowtmp] [noupdate] [showfailed] DESCRIPTION
pam_lastlog is a PAM module to display a line of information about the last login of the user. In addition, the module maintains the /var/log/lastlog file. Some applications may perform this function themselves. In such cases, this module is not necessary. OPTIONS
debug Print debug information. silent Don't inform the user about any previous login, just update the /var/log/lastlog file. never If the /var/log/lastlog file does not contain any old entries for the user, indicate that the user has never previously logged in with a welcome message. nodate Don't display the date of the last login. noterm Don't display the terminal name on which the last login was attempted. nohost Don't indicate from which host the last login was attempted. nowtmp Don't update the wtmp entry. noupdate Don't update any file. showfailed Display number of failed login attempts and the date of the last failed attempt from btmp. The date is not displayed when nodate is specified. MODULE TYPES PROVIDED
Only the session module type is provided. RETURN VALUES
PAM_SUCCESS Everything was successful. PAM_SERVICE_ERR Internal service module error. PAM_USER_UNKNOWN User not known. EXAMPLES
Add the following line to /etc/pam.d/login to display the last login time of an user: session required pam_lastlog.so nowtmp FILES
/var/log/lastlog Lastlog logging file SEE ALSO
pam.conf(5), pam.d(5), pam(8) AUTHOR
pam_lastlog was written by Andrew G. Morgan <morgan@kernel.org>. Linux-PAM Manual 04/01/2010 PAM_LASTLOG(8)

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