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 TCSH watch...
Does anyone know how I can use the command "log" in such a way that it
only displays the users who have logged on and not the (rather large
in my case) list of users/terminals to watch for?

Also, whats the current trend towards using bash? I thought tcsh was
supposed to be great (It is) but people seem to be talking about bash!

        Thanks,
                Daniel Merriott
                u5...@Keele.ac.uk



 Sun, 11 Oct 1998 03:00:00 GMT   
 TCSH watch...
On 24 Apr 1996 18:16:13 GMT, DP Merriott (u5...@cc.keele.ac.uk) wrote:
:O Does anyone know how I can use the command "log" in such a way that it
:O only displays the users who have logged on and not the (rather large
:O in my case) list of users/terminals to watch for?

:O Also, whats the current trend towards using bash? I thought tcsh was
:O supposed to be great (It is) but people seem to be talking about bash!

:O      Thanks,
:O              Daniel Merriott
:O              u5...@Keele.ac.uk

Try add a line
set watch = (1 user1 any user2 any ... any)
in your .cshrc or other initial files
then you can use "log" this command

Hope this is helpful
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 Mon, 12 Oct 1998 03:00:00 GMT   
 
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