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    Default KDE User management

    Hi,
    i wonder if you can modify KDE so that users can only log in once with one session.
    Currently, with KDE 4.5, i have the problem that user can log in several times and then ending up with an application used in a different session which means that you can not use it in the other session.
    This happens mostly by accident.
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    Default Re: KDE User management

    man limits.conf

    A quick goggle also gives the same data:

    Linux Administrator's Security Guide - Linux Limiting and Monitoring Users

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    Default Re: KDE User management

    It does work, but i noticed if i use '@users hard maxlogins 1' via PAM, that once the user logs out of the system and wants to login again, it is not possible.
    Have to figure out if thats a bug or if the logout will not be counted. By logic the user is not present anymore, or the system counts 1 user login for the whole time the system is running.

    Thanks already for the link. It did help.
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