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log-user-session README ----------------------- log-user-session is a program to store the content of a shell session (e.g via ssh) e.g. for auditing purposes. The tool is intended to be started by the ssh server daemon. The log is tamper-proof for non-root users. Current maintainer: Konrad Bucheli <firstname.lastname@example.org> Website: https://github.com/open-ch/log-user-session Dependencies ------------- A C compiler and `make` must be installed prior to installation. You need also `autoconf` if you get the source code not via official release tarball (e.g. via git or via automatic generated github source tarballs). On a Debian-based Linux distribution, they can be installed like this: sudo apt-get install autoconf gcc make Installation ------------ If you want to install log-user-session from source, proceed as follows: 1. Run `[ -f ./configure ] || ./autogen.sh` to generate the `configure` file if it is not ready yet 2. Run `./configure`. You might first review any options with `./configure --help`. The defaults are likely fine. 3. Run `make` 4. Run `sudo make install` 5. Have a look at `man log-user-session` for usage help. 6. Create the configuration file /etc/log-user-session.conf and integrate the tool into your sshd configuration. Supported Platforms ------------------- This tool has been so far only tested on Linux. Credits ------- Konrad Bucheli (email@example.com)