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Top Forums UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers past login still exist in the system Post 32360 by LivinFree on Friday 22nd of November 2002 02:52:06 PM
Old 11-22-2002
I think that's great - who cares if you know what buttons to push if you don't understand why it works? What happens when that button doesn't work for some reason?

Kudos to Perderabo for his always-elightening posts!

And to yls177, don't kill -9 logins... In fact, don't kill -9 anything unless you're unable to kill -1, kill -15, kill -2, etc first!
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listusers(1)						      General Commands Manual						      listusers(1)

listusers - display user login data SYNOPSIS
groups] logins] DESCRIPTION
The command displays data concerning user logins. The output shows the user login and the comment field value (for example, user name, location). The default displays data about all user logins. Options The command supports the following options: Display only users who have groups, as their primary group. Use with the option. Display only users who have groups, as their supplementary group. Use with the option. Display all users belonging to groups, sorted by login. A comma separated list specifies multiple groups. Display the requested logins. A comma separated list specifies multiple logins. Display only users belonging to the specified repository, either for NIS or users. A user login has a UID of 100 or greater. When the and options are combined, a user login is only displayed once, even though the login may belong to multiple specified groups. EXAMPLES
List all user logins. List all user logins in the group and the users removing all duplicates. List all users who have as their primary group. List all users who have as their supplementary group. List only local user logins. List only NIS user logins. FILES
passwd(1), logins(1M), group(4), passwd(4). STANDARDS CONFORMANCE

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