CentOS as an internet kiosk : how to create a "fresh" user upon leaving GNOME ?
Brian Mathis ha scritto:
> On Mon, Feb 1, 2010 at 10:24 AM, Niki Kovacs <email@example.com> wrote:
> You don't need to delete and re-add the user every time. That would
> be silly and as you see requires root privs.
> Since you already have the login script ability, change that script to
> delete the sensitive data you are talking about (just don't delete the
> login script). The last part of the script could be to un-tar a file
> with the clean profile information already in it.
Also, if you use gdm, you can put your script on /etc/gdm/PreSession.
I have a script on /etc/gdm/PostSession/:0 to make a backup on exit, but if
it's a kiosk you can't be sure that the session will be properly closed
(hitting ctrl-alt-backspace will bypass the PostSession script), so I guess
PreSession would be better.
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