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Re: 'who am i' prints other users also

From: Jan Stary
Subject: Re: 'who am i' prints other users also
Date: Fri, 27 Sep 2002 12:04:10 +0200
User-agent: Mutt/1.3.28i

Oh, sorry. It's

Linux artax 2.4.18 #10 Wed Apr 24 11:46:47 CEST 2002 i586 unknown

who (GNU sh-utils) 2.0.11
Written by Joseph Arceneaux, David MacKenzie, and Michael Stone.

Today I am

jsta6559 pts/18       Sep 27 11:52 (y96.mistral.cz)
prex8589 pts/18       Sep 27 11:12 (KNIH-19.karlov.mff.cuni.cz)

Again, I am also the guy on pts/18.
The admin thinks it's a telnet/ssh problem, rather than shutils'.


On Sep 26 17:45:44, Bob Proulx wrote:
:Jan Stary <address@hidden> [2002-09-26 08:57:42 +0200]:
:> address@hidden whoami
:> jsta6559
:> address@hidden who am i
:> jsta6559 pts/15       Sep 26 08:12 (r2e52.mistral.cz)
:> qitek    pts/15       Sep 25 11:06 (gw.netbone.cz)
:> So who am i, really :-)
:> Note the pts/15 for both.
:Could you tell us which system you were running this on?  This looks
:like a problem with a port to a non-native OS.  If so then can you
:tell use the output of the native 'who am i' in that same case?
:  uname -a
:  who --version
:  GNU who am i
:  Native who am i

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