Programming :: Send A Run Program Command To Shell Thats Located In /home/user/myapp Using ./myapp From Irssi?

Mar 26, 2010

I am currently working to develop a perl script for irssi that will capture data from irc channel hold it in memory as variable and send it to a shell. Does anyone know a good irssi irc scripting guide? something that will include $botname, $msg, $nick, $channel etc scripting explanation. Is it possible to send a run program command to shell thats located in my /home/user/myapp using ./myapp from irssi? i am using bash. I've only just started, so i dont have any code written yet,

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Is there a non-root shell command that can tell me if a user's account is disabled or not? note that there is a fine distinction between LOCKING and DISABLED:

LOCKING is where you prepend ! or * or !! to the password field of the /etc/passwd file. On Linux systems that shadow the passwords, this marker flag may be placed in /etc/shadow instead of /etc/passwd. Password locking can be done (at a shell prompt) via password -l username (as root) to lock the account of username, and the use of the option -u will unlock it.

DISABLING an account is done by setting the expiration time of the user account to some point in the past. This can be done with chage -E 0 username, which sets the expiration date to 0 days after the Unix epoch. Setting it to -1 will disable the use of the expiration date.

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