User Priority Default

Daniel Espinoza despinoz at isye.gatech.edu
Wed Nov 6 06:46:27 PST 2002


-----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE-----
Hash: SHA1

HI, but I have already try that, but for some reason it didn't work, here is a 
line example of the /etc/passwd file that I try

mgoycool:x:1010:18:Marcos Goycoolea,pri=15:/home/mgoycool:/bin/bash

I also try interchanging the order of them (name and pri=15), but didn't work 
at all, any sugestions?

Daniel

On Wednesday 06 November 2002 05:31, you wrote:
 > There is any way of defining the initial priority of a user when it login
 > to the system, so all his/her process has priority at least 'k' or
 > something?

In /etc/passwd, put pri=k in the comment field. That shall do the job.
man 5 passwd

Cheers,
Yann.

- -- 
- ----------------------------------------------------------------
Daniel Espinoza Gonzalez
School of Industrial & Systems Eng.
Georgia Institute of Technology
e-mail : daespino at bellsouth.net
ICQ Number : 78184610

- -----------------------------------------------------------------
-----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE-----
Version: GnuPG v1.0.6 (GNU/Linux)
Comment: For info see http://www.gnupg.org

iD8DBQE9yStDgvFkTX9PWJwRAhUIAJ90S6Uug4gwy0GNrucAewXRMl1ncgCfc/oL
ifj9ju7Rd/kxy/3QWghidx4=
=jCL7
-----END PGP SIGNATURE-----

-- 
Unsubscribe: send email to listar at linuxfromscratch.org
and put 'unsubscribe lfs-support' in the subject header of the message



More information about the lfs-support mailing list