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Re: who -u issues no base PID

From: Bob Proulx
Subject: Re: who -u issues no base PID
Date: Wed, 5 Jun 2002 10:38:42 -0600

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In the future it would be most appreciated if you did not send HTML
mail to mailing lists.  Plain text is strongly recommended.


> The 'who -u' command on SCO Unix and AIX both issue a base PID along with
> the user, tty, date/time, & idle-time. I am running Linux 7.2 (fully
> 'up2date') and that feature is not available at this time.

I have often wanted that as well.  HP-UX also prints the pid of the
login process.

If you decide to pursue this further please send any souce code
patches to the list.


BTW...  No one can keep track of what versions different groups like
Redhat, Debian, Caldera, Mandrake, SuSE, VA, Gentoo, etc. distribute.
Please include the real GNU version number.  In this case it did not
matter since they are all the same.  But if it does matter then the
version of the distribution is really not too significant.

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