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-q, --count all login names and number of users logged on
-r, --runlevel print current runlevel
-s, --short print only name, line, and time (default)
-t, --time print last system clock change
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-q, --count vis navn på alle påloggede brukere
-r, --runlevel vis gjeldende kjørenivå
-s, --short bare vis navn, linje og tidspunkt (standard)
-t, --time vis forrige endring av systemklokka
Norwegian Bokmal coreutils in Ubuntu Hardy package "coreutils" by Åka Sikrom on 2014-01-30
Located in src/who.c:663
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-T, -w, --mesg add user's message status as +, - or ?
-u, --users list users logged in
--message same as -T
--writable same as -T
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-T, -w, --mesg legg til brukerens meldingsstatus som «+», «-» eller «?»
-u, --brukere vis en liste over innloggede brukere
--message tilsvarer «-T»
--writable tilsvarer «-T»
Norwegian Bokmal coreutils in Ubuntu Hardy package "coreutils" by Åka Sikrom on 2014-02-26
Located in src/who.c:669
1273.

If FILE is not specified, use %s. %s as FILE is common.
If ARG1 ARG2 given, -m presumed: `am i' or `mom likes' are usual.
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hvis FIL ikke er spesifisert, bruker %s. %s som FIL er felles.
hvis ARG1 ARG2 er gitt, -m antatt: `er jeg" eller `mor liker' er vanlig.
Norwegian Bokmal coreutils in Ubuntu Hardy package "coreutils" by Onizuka89 on 2009-02-04
Located in src/who.c:683
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Print the user name associated with the current effective user ID.
Same as id -un.

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Skriv ut brukernavnet knyttet til gjeldende brukers ID.
Tilsvarer «id -un».

Norwegian Bokmal coreutils in Ubuntu Hardy package "coreutils" by Åka Sikrom on 2014-08-06
Located in src/whoami.c:51
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%s: cannot find name for user ID %lu
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Located in src/whoami.c:91
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Usage: %s [STRING]...
or: %s OPTION
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Bruk: %s [STRENG] …
eller: %s VALG
Norwegian Bokmal coreutils in Ubuntu Hardy package "coreutils" by Åka Sikrom on 2014-01-27
Located in src/yes.c:47
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Repeatedly output a line with all specified STRING(s), or `y'.

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Located in src/yes.c:48
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