LinuxInfo(1) Software LinuxInfo(1)NAME
linuxinfo - displays system information about system.
linuxinfo [-h | -v | filename]
Displays the system information about the system, including kernel version, number and type of processors in system, version of system
library (libc or glibc).
OPTIONS -v Print version information.
-h Print brief help.
Use an alternative source for system information (by default /proc/cpuinfo).
Alex Buell, firstname.lastname@example.org
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Linux 3 May 1999 LinuxInfo(1)
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UULOG(1) General Commands Manual UULOG(1)NAME
uulog - Display the UUCP log file.
uulog [-n number] [-sf system] [-u user] [-DSF] [-I file] [-X debug]
Uulog is a program that displays the log file for the Taylor UUCP service.
OPTIONS -n, --lines number
Show the given number of lines from the end of the log.
-s, --system system
Print entries for the named system.
-f system, --follow=system
Follow entries for the named system.
-u, --user user
Print entries for the named user.
Follow entries for any system.
Show the statistics file.
Show the debugging file.
-X, --debug debug
Set the debugging level.
-I, --config file
Set the configuration file to use.
Print the software version and exit.
--help Print a help screen and exit.
According to comments in the source, this is a pretty bad implementation of uulog. It only takes a single -s and/or -u switch.
SEE ALSO uucp(1)AUTHOR
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