Am 28.06.16, 09:29, Andreas Schwab <schwab(a)suse.de> schrieb:
Andrei Borzenkov <arvidjaar(a)gmail.com> writes:
> > 27.06.2016 19:57, Chan Ju Ping пишет:
> >> I am just wondering, because I do zypper dup in tty rather than an
> >> but that also means whenever I am leaving my laptop unattended, the tty
> >> session can be easily accessed by someone knowledgeable about the
> >> because the x screen lock does not lock out access to the tty
> screen as well.
> >> Someone could easily cancel my command, and have access to my
> >> privileges.
> >> Does anyone know of a way to lock out the tty session automatically
> after the
> >> x screenlocker is invoked?
> > You can run zypper in screen (actually you /should/ run zypper in
> > screen) and lock screen then.
> And if you use screen (or tmux) you don't need a separate tty session.
Why does zypper not automatically run within screen or tmux if everybody
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