Linux | bash | script | i am running self test

# THATSME=”$(ps wwaux | grep -w $$ | grep -v grep | awk ‘{$1=$2=$3=$4=$5=$6=$7=$8=$9=$10=””;print $0}’ | sed ‘s|^\s*||’)” && ps wwaux | grep -vw $$ | grep -v grep | grep “$THATSME” > /dev/null && exit 2

RADIUS server // local authentication and authorization via unix + pam

Yeah, its sucks. Use this option in only secured networks! Check /etc/pam.d for radiusd file. /etc/raddb/clients.conf client 192.168.100.60 { ipv4addr = 192.168.100.60 secret = mysecret shortname = myshortname } /etc/raddb/radius.conf You wanna read /etc/shadow? Become root. —> Yeah, its sucks. Use this option in only secured networks! user = root group = root /etc/raddb/sites-enabled/default Section […]