Stephen Gallagher <sgallagh(a)redhat.com> writes:
On Mon, 2015-08-10 at 12:00 -0500, Paola Bás wrote:
> Stephen, I want to know if Cockpit Management Console used to close
> specific processes of another user from administrator account or log
> out another user. If so, what documentation should I check or which
> package is recommended for you to Fedora 22
> Thank you for help me
I'm CCing the cockpit developer list; please keep that in the loop.
I realize that this is probably a language-barrier issue, but I'm not
really sure what you're trying to ask.
Are you asking if it is possible to terminate specific processes from
Cockpit? The answer is basically "no". You can start, stop, enable or
disable system services, but not user processes.
There is a "Terminate Session" button in the "Administrator Accounts"
section of Cockpit. It will run "loginctl kill-user ...".
To the best of my knowledge, Cockpit does not do any kind of session
-tracking at the moment, but I believe systemd can, so this might be an
interesting addition to the Cockpit UI.
Cockpit shows whether a user is currently logged in, and if not, the
time of the last login, by executing /usr/bin/lastlog.