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what is the /etc/security/limits file?
The /etc/security/limits file is an ASCII file that contains stanzas that specify the
process resource limits for each user.
who
Identifies the users currently logged in.
chuser
Changes user attributes (except password).
rmuser
Removes a user and its attributes.
dtconfig
Enables or disables the desktop autostart feature.
mkuser
Creates a new user.
The STAFF group is the default group for all
nonadministrative users created in the system. how can the default be changed?
You can change the default group by using the
chsec command to edit the
/usr/lib/security/mkuser.default file.
what is held in the /etc/security/lastlog?
The /etc/security/lastlog file is an ASCII file that contains stanzas with the last
login attributes for users.
lsuser
Lists user attributes.
passwd
Creates or changes the password of a user.
chsec
Changes security related stanzas.
login
Initiates a user session.