Displays who is logged in to local network machines
The rwho command displays output similar to the output of the who
command (it shows who is logged in) for all machines on the local
network running the rwho daemon.
Install the rwho command if you need to keep track of the users who
are logged in to your local network.
This is netkit-rwho-0.17 for Linux.
This package updates netkit-rwho-0.16.
If you're reading this off a CD, go right away and check the net
archives for later versions and security fixes. As of this writing the
home site for NetKit is
ruptime Program to print LAN uptimes
rwho Program to print current LAN user logins
RUPTIME(1) BSD General Commands Manual RUPTIME(1)
ruptime — show host status of local machines
Ruptime gives a status line like uptime for each machine on the
local network; these are formed from packets broadcast by each
host on the network once a minute.
Machines for which no status report has been
RWHO(1) BSD General Commands Manual RWHO(1)
rwho — who is logged in on local machines
The rwho command produces output similar to who, but for all
machines on the local network. If no report has been received
from a machine for 11 minutes then rwho assumes the machine is
down, and does not report users
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