Re: removing shut-down, log out, reboot,

Try removing the users from the group power. This group exists on many, but not all, Linux distributions and regulates the users ability to change the power state of the machine.

Ask in a forum for your specific distribution as this is not a gnome-shell related issue.

2011/6/3 Sw@g <sweetthdevil gmail com>
Hi all,

I am an happy user of gnome shell - and by the way great work!!!

The issue I have is the following, my pc is used at night to run various important (report and admin task) task and most of them I am not there to control it.

So I would like to be able to run a script to disable all possibility for the night user to either log out, reboot, or shut down.

As a I am running multiple user on the same machine for obvious reason, it ( the solution will be a script of some sort ) will be a script running while certain user log on, so then they aren't able to log out, reboot or power off the unit between a certain time.

Many thanks for your time,

Looking forward for your reply,

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