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How to set up networking on a per-user basis?

I would like to set up access to corporate VPN for just my user account on my computer; not for the other accounts and certainly not for the guest user. To achieve this, I presume, I need to ...
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Tracking user CPU hours

I am looking to work out which users on our system are using the most CPU resources. to check this? So I would like to find out: CPU-hours this month, (and % of total) CPU hours this week, (and % ...
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2answers
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Fully seperate two accounts without installing seperate operating systems?

Our class is finally installing Mint Linux on our machines. The problem is our teacher is scared that we'll play war games against the two classes that use the computers. His solution is to install ...
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2answers
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Is it a good practice to have different users for different contexts?

I'm a software developer and I have a new laptop with Ubuntu. I plan to set up this laptop as a development workstation where I'll do my professional work (for my company) and also I'll develop some ...
3
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2answers
177 views

Unix command to find files read by specific user

I would like to find files accessed by specific user (even just read) within a folder tree. I thought the find command had this option, but it actually just searches for owner user. Is there any other ...
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1answer
159 views

Easiest way to manage users for two machines

I'm administrating two ubuntu desktops and one debian server. There are abount ~20 active users on the desktops. A few (5-10) user accounts are added each year and about the same amount become ...
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Multiple Users on a Desktop Environment

This is probably a REALLY stupid question. But anyways, lets pretend we had a *nix rather powerful system... Now Obviously I know you can set up multiple users to login to a system.......but how ...