Restricted User Shell
This section summarizes the command line options understood by
Use string instead of the default format, described in
Rushwho. See Formats, for a detailed description of the
output format syntax. If string begins with a ‘@’, then
this character is removed from it, and the resulting string is
regarded as a name of a file to read. The contents of this file is
the format string. The file is read literally, except that lines
beginning with ‘;’ are ignored (they can be used to introduce
comments). For example,
rushwho --format=@formfile reads
in the contents of the file named formfile.
Use database directory dir, instead of the default. By default, database files are located in /usr/local/var/rush.
Display entries in chronological order, instead of the reverse chronological one, which is the default.
Show at most number records. The form -number is provided for compatibility with the last(1) utility.
Do not display header line.
Display program version.
Display a short help message.
Display a concise usage summary.
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