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wuzzah is a program that selectively scans a system's utmpx records (where logins are stored, among other things), keeping an eye out for your friends logging in and out, taking customizable actions on events. wuzzah is small, fast, efficient, and written in C.
wuzzah? -- keep track of your friends SUMMARY The idea: you have friends on a system, and you want to know when they log on and off when you're logged on. what's more, maybe you're tired of throwing together crappy/clunky who(1)/w(1)/finger(1) commands in obfuscated shell/perl scripts that only half do the job anyway. wuzzah is a program that selectively scans a system's utmpx records (where more»
2002-11-17 02:26 EST huzzah, i'm running out of things to add... 2002-10-29 21:40 EST now there's execution of arbitrary commands upon logins 2002-10-20 03:14 EDT you can check the remote host name/ip of the buddy now with %h and %H, resp. 2002-09-12 11:47 EDT turns out the fix for OX X did it for NetBSD as well. w00t. 2002-09-10 09:33 EDT wuzzah is now ported to Mac O more»
wuzzah(1) Wuzzah? wuzzah(1) NAME wuzzah - keep an eye out for friends on a local system SYNOPSIS wuzzah [OPTIONS...] DESCRIPTION wuzzah is a program that just sits around and scans the utmpx entries to watch when your friends log in and out. By default upon invocation, wuzzah looks for the file more»
wuzzah (0.53-1) unstable; urgency=low * New upstream release (closes: Bug#160467). -- martin f. more»
2003-02-17 19:43 EST * wuzzah v0.53 * added -a option to load every user in /etc/passwd 200 more»
This package was debianized by martin f. krafft <email@example.com> on Tue, 11 Jun 2002 19:26:37 +0 more»