SSH auto script

  • So we are locking SSH down to keyed only accounts, multiple admins mean multiple keys, means multiple users; right now when you log into SSH on any account other then admin you don't get the menu (mostly used for  "16 - Restart PHP-FPM" when the GUI decides to not play any more).

    Is there any way of running a script on SSH login to run "sudo /etc/rc.initial" (the sudo part works fine, just want it to run it when users login)

    I've tried the usual linuxy things like .profile and  .bashrc

    Can anyone help please?

  • Sorry to bump but can anyone help?

  • check .profile  and .shrc in the root directory.

    copying those to the other users might do the trick

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