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