[GLLUG] Run 'who' on a Redhat system please?

Hearns, John john.hearns at mclaren.com
Mon Jun 24 13:28:48 UTC 2013

Would some kind soul please run the command 'who' on a Redaht (CentOS) system which has a user logged in to an X-session?

The reason is that I am debugging a script which is doing some awk-style mangling of the output of 'who' and I think it is assuming
Output from a Redhat system - which may be subtly different from the one I am using.
No need to echo to the list.


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