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ok so my sister tend sot use my powerbook whihc is downstairs normally even though she has an ibook. I do not like it when she does that but she does it anyway. could anyone tell me a script that logs something when she logs into my computer? thanks
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Open the Terminal and type

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to see when she was last logged in. I'm assuming you have a separate account for her. If you don't, then create one, and log out of yours when your not using the computer, or use the quick user switching.

If you create her an account, by default the new account will NOT have administrator privilege, she can't install software. At least not into the systems Application directory.

As long as you keep two accounts, she can't mess with your stuff.

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