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I would like to know how to see who is logged in thru ssh. is there a command that will tell me or better yet, a log? also is there ...
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    see who is logged in


    I would like to know how to see who is logged in thru ssh. is there a command that will tell me or better yet, a log?


    also is there a way to see who logged into apache? i have mythdora and want to see when the web interface is used


    I appreciate any help guys!

    Thanks
    Kainalu

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    To see who is logged in on ssh the command w will tell you who is logged in you can also use finger.

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    You can also use who.

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    Hi,

    Provided it is installed on the server you're connected to, you can also use process accounting to find out who is logged in and what they are doing. See this HOWTO for details. Although the howto is written with Xubuntu in mind, it should apply to most Linux-based systems (at least as far as usage is concerned).
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    Quote Originally Posted by objuan View Post
    To see who is logged in on ssh the command w will tell you who is logged in you can also use finger.
    Nice tip,

    I've always used who before, but I like w much better now, shows what they are doing
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