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Top Forums UNIX for Advanced & Expert Users Time Post 15244 by brv on Tuesday 12th of February 2002 10:06:24 AM
Old 02-12-2002

I have mounted a directory on one machine A to another directory on machine B.

I am compiling the files but due to the difference in time on both machines, the makefile skips some files.

Which is the best way to change the date on the machine. Any other recommendations ?
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rwho(1) 						      General Commands Manual							   rwho(1)

rwho - show who is logged in on local machines SYNOPSIS
produces output similar to the output of the HP-UX command for all machines on the local network that are running the daemon (see who(1) and rwhod(1M)). If has not received a report from a machine for 11 minutes, assumes the machine is down and does not report users last known to be logged into that machine. output line has fields for the name of the user, the name of the machine, the user's terminal line, the time the user logged in, and the amount of time the user has been idle. Idle time is shown as: If a user has not typed to the system for a minute or more, reports this as idle time. If a user has not typed to the system for an hour or more, the user is omitted from output unless the flag is given. An example output line from would look similar to: This output line could be interpreted as is logged into and his terminal line is has been logged on since September 12 at 13:28 (1:28 p.m.). has not typed anything into for 11 minutes. WARNINGS
output becomes unwieldy when the number of users for each machine on the local network running becomes large. One line of output occurs for each user on each machine on the local network that is running AUTHOR
was developed by the University of California, Berkeley. FILES
Information about other machines. SEE ALSO
ruptime(1), rusers(1), rwhod(1M). rwho(1)

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