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
treated as the name of the 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.
Do not display header line.
Display program version.
Display a short help message.
Display a concise usage summary.
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