According to the csh man page, I can set the autologout time in the
csh.login file in the /etc directory. It also stats that I can enter an
optional second _word_ that will make the user's shell automatically lock
and ask for a password after a certain time.
I don't understand just how to enter this option. The man page says:
The first word is the number of minutes of inac-
tivity before automatic logout. The optional sec-
ond word is the number of minutes of inactivity
before automatic locking. When the shell automat-
ically logs out, it prints `auto-logout', sets the
variable logout to `automatic' and exits. When
the shell automatically locks, the user is
required to enter his password to continue work-
ing. Five incorrect attempts result in automatic
logout. Set to `60' (automatic logout after 60
minutes, and no locking) by default in login and
superuser shells, but not if the shell thinks it
is running under a window system (i.e. the DISPLAY
environment variable is set), the tty is a pseudo-
tty (pty) or the shell was not so compiled (see
the version shell variable). See also the afsuser
and logout shell variables.
set autologout 60 30
set autologout 30 60
set autologout 60(30)
set autologout 60(+30)
set autologout "60 30"
set autologout "(60 30)"
set autologout "60 (30)"
etc. (don't laugh, I don't have a clue!)
I would like to have the account lock after 30 minutes, then logoff after
60 minutes. Is this possible with this command - if so how -- if not how
do I use the autologout for autoLOCKout?