Quote:> Strange, whenever I use bash it always saves the history,
> unless I explicitly turns it off.
mine does not, but I think I've got the thing, there was no /etc/profile
HISTORYFILE set, so now I log all they do, except, and that is one thing I
do not understand, su... It does log what was done, when user was root
(why?), but there is no record if a user with wheel group privileges changed
to root (by usiong su). It is of course recorded in /var/log/messages, but
sometimes it's hard to knoe if it was done when user was, or wasn't root.
And the other thing, how to write a time stamp to so created history? (To
Any ideas how to cope with that?
This whole method has one point that compromises the idea - any user can see
it. :( By viewing /etc/profiles, but that's not so imporatnat anyway...