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Old 02-09-2007
Is there any way to know info about who else in the account

except the 'who' command ?
i mean to know if someone doing actions in my account ?
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Old 02-09-2007
If you have root permission you can view the sudo.log or sulog at /var/log. Apart from that you can use last or history command to find out who & what command was last executed thru your account.
 

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