[K12OSN] fltk teacher tool blues
whatch at anwsu.org
Mon Nov 10 13:46:21 UTC 2008
This is what I get from a workstation, when logged in as myself, and when I type in "last | grep still"
[whatch at server ~]$ last | grep still
whatch pts/2 :1000.0 Mon Nov 10 08:31 still logged in
ccastill ws108.ltsp:1 ws108.ltsp Tue Sep 30 14:25 - 14:41 (00:16)
ccastill ws108.ltsp:16 Tue Sep 30 14:25 - down (2+21:31)
[whatch at server ~]$
The user ccastillo appears to be logged in, although I don't know how. It is like the server never logged him out last time he used the network.
>>> "Robert Arkiletian" <robark at gmail.com> 11/08/08 2:51 PM >>>
On Sat, Nov 8, 2008 at 6:05 AM, Will Hatch <whatch at anwsu.org> wrote:
> When I type in the command you suggested I get nothing really.
> [wphillips at server ~]$ netstat -t -e | grep x11
> [wphillips at server ~]$
> I did the same thing under a different user name with the same result; it just goes back to the prompt. So what does this mean? Thanks for the help Robert. -Will
I don't understand why netstat is not giving you any output. Try this command:
last | grep still
Eric Hamber Secondary, Vancouver, Canada
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