Thread: linux:forcibly logout a user

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    linux:forcibly logout a user


    I'm running a wuftpd on my redhat box (just for a couple friends) and I want to be able to logoff users when I want some bandwidth back.

    The only way I can think is to explicitly kill the ftpd pid.

    Is there a better unix type command to do this?

    Is there a ftp command to do this?

    TIA, rotis23

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    Not all that sure but how abt the finger command?
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