Package Details: timekpr 0.3.2-13

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Package Base: timekpr
Description: Control the computer usage of your users. You can limit daily usage based on a timed access duration and configure periods of day when they can log in.
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Licenses: GPL
Submitter: SanskritFritz
Maintainer: SanskritFritz
Last Packager: SanskritFritz
Votes: 7
Popularity: 0.000000
First Submitted: 2010-10-03 21:32
Last Updated: 2016-07-04 19:26

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SanskritFritz commented on 2020-07-31 12:47

This package is kept here for historical reasons only, it is kind of deprecated. Please use the active fork "timekpr-next".

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SanskritFritz commented on 2012-02-18 13:04

It looks like since upgrade
[2012-02-17 19:45] upgraded pyrex (0.9.9-2 -> 0.9.9-3)
[2012-02-17 19:45] upgraded python2-pyparsing (1.5.6-1 -> 1.5.6-2)
[2012-02-17 19:45] upgraded shadow ( -> 4.1.5-3)
timekpr stopped working. Upstream is not likely to help, as they stopped development some time ago, I'll try to look into this.

SanskritFritz commented on 2010-10-20 20:17

Fixed consequences of python3 switch.

SanskritFritz commented on 2010-10-20 12:35

Python3 breaks it, update coming soon.

SanskritFritz commented on 2010-10-08 20:43

0.3.2-3 Daemon script fixed (again). Man page added.

SanskritFritz commented on 2010-10-07 11:56

Fixed the problems below and updated.

SanskritFritz commented on 2010-10-07 07:45

Known problems:
* The daemon is not stopped properly at shutdown, so it is stopped when the system sends TERM to all processes, which is just the same actually, so no harm is done.
* The timekpr.postrm script in post_remove() will not be executed, as the file is already deleted at that time. As a consequence, when uninstalling, some artifacts remain in the /etc/security/time.conf and /etc/security/access.conf files. I will move the script to pre_remove(), and call it with the 'purge' parameter.

SanskritFritz commented on 2010-10-03 22:24

Dont' worry about those messages:

Couldn't find /etc/pam.d/gdm (oops?)
Couldn't find /etc/pam.d/kdm (oops?)
Checking for in /etc/pam.d/login
Checking for in /etc/pam.d/login