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Old 12-14-2009, 02:18 PM
"Shahar Dag"
 
Default run script at login

Hello

*

I have several
Ubuntu (Hardy 8.04) Linux desktops.

I am the local root
of the desktops.

The desktops use
some server as NIS server.

I do not have
administrative rights at the NIS servers.

Users are login in
using their NIS
account and their NFS home directory.

*

I would like to run
a script whenever a user is login in (after the login is complete).

I don't know what
shell the user uses.

I don't have access
to the user's home directory.

All I can do is
change the local desktop files.

*

Any advice where to
put my script so it will be activated any time a user login?

*

Thanks

Shahar
Dag

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Old 12-14-2009, 03:48 PM
Andre Luiz de Souza
 
Default run script at login

Use gdm: /etc/gdm/PostLogin/Default

2009/12/14 Shahar Dag <dag@cs.technion.ac.il>









Hello

*

I have several
Ubuntu (Hardy 8.04) Linux desktops.

I am the local root
of the desktops.

The desktops use
some server as NIS server.

I do not have
administrative rights at the NIS servers.

Users are login in
using their NIS
account and their NFS home directory.

*

I would like to run
a script whenever a user is login in (after the login is complete).

I don't know what
shell the user uses.

I don't have access
to the user's home directory.

All I can do is
change the local desktop files.

*

Any advice where to
put my script so it will be activated any time a user login?

*

Thanks

Shahar
Dag


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Old 12-15-2009, 01:00 PM
"Shahar Dag"
 
Default run script at login

Thanks, It is working

----- Original Message -----
From:
Andre Luiz
de Souza
To: ubuntu-users@lists.ubuntu.com

Sent: Monday, December 14, 2009 6:48
PM
Subject: Re: run script at login

Use gdm: /etc/gdm/PostLogin/Default


2009/12/14 Shahar Dag <dag@cs.technion.ac.il>




Hello

*

I have several Ubuntu
(Hardy 8.04) Linux desktops.

I am the local root of
the desktops.

The desktops use some
server as NIS server.

I do not have
administrative rights at the NIS servers.

Users are login in using
their NIS account and their NFS home directory.

*

I would like to run a
script whenever a user is login in (after the login is complete).

I don't know what shell
the user uses.

I don't have access to
the user's home directory.

All I can do is change
the local desktop files.

*

Any advice where to put
my script so it will be activated any time a user login?

*

Thanks

Shahar
Dag

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