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Login to the MAC OS using perl script.

shrek123
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My MAC OS has 2 users logged in.
I am trying to execute some commands on User1. Any idea about how it is possible ??
I am new to MAC OS, Any indication would be a great help.

Thanks,
Shrek
Sep 21 '07 #1
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eWish
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Were you able to resolve your issue? If so, please post the solution. I don't have any experince with MAX OS.

--Kevin
Nov 18 '07 #2
shrek123
23 New Member
Were you able to resolve your issue? If so, please post the solution. I don't have any experince with MAX OS.

--Kevin
I have done it through Socket programming. And used different ports to differentiate between bifferent Users logged in.
Nov 19 '07 #3

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