Changing the auto-logout timeout

Changing the auto-logout timeout

Post by Gerald Leu » Fri, 19 Feb 1999 04:00:00



How does one change the auto-logout timeout?  Haven't been able to
find where that is set anywhere...

Gerald Leung

 
 
 

Changing the auto-logout timeout

Post by Ben Speir » Fri, 19 Feb 1999 04:00:00



> How does one change the auto-logout timeout?  Haven't been able to
> find where that is set anywhere...

> Gerald Leung

I'm not sure, but start with "man login.conf" and check out the file
/etc/login.conf

Good Luck.
--
-Ben Speirs

 
 
 

Changing the auto-logout timeout

Post by wag.. » Sat, 20 Feb 1999 04:00:00



> How does one change the auto-logout timeout?  Haven't been able to
> find where that is set anywhere...

Autologout usually is a feature of the shell you are using.
If this is tcsh (as I suppose), then `man tcsh' will provide
the necessary information...
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