Lock in productivity with Lockout utility

Monday, 16 July 2007, 12:00 AM EST

Lockout's methods are simple: after configuring your system to prevent slacking, Lockout prevents you from becoming the administrative superuser, root, for a set amount of time. There are only two ways to get root access back: wait until the set amount of time passes and Lockout returns control to you, or reboot the computer. Lockout assumes GNU/Linux users, not accustomed to rebooting, will do something productive while waiting for their systems to unlock.

At Linux.com

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