430 reputation
27
bio website
location
age
visits member for 3 years
seen Jul 21 at 19:14

Nov
6
awarded  Yearling
Jan
26
awarded  Nice Answer
May
30
comment List of all the users that logged in using GUI or Command Line
Ubuntu log file breakouts: help.ubuntu.com/community/LinuxLogFiles
May
30
comment List of all the users that logged in using GUI or Command Line
The secure data may be in system.log, messages or possibly auth.log. Sorry I run Fedora and it's slightly different.
May
30
comment List of all the users that logged in using GUI or Command Line
You'll probably need to install it: sudo apt-get last* Here is the man page for it in Ubuntu: manpages.ubuntu.com/manpages/hardy/man1/last.1.html
May
30
revised List of all the users that logged in using GUI or Command Line
added 1085 characters in body
May
30
answered List of all the users that logged in using GUI or Command Line
May
13
awarded  Informed
Apr
19
awarded  Critic
Apr
18
answered Installed new RAM, but computer now runs slower
Apr
2
awarded  Yearling
Jan
9
answered What does the output of fdisk mean?
Jan
9
answered How to delete all files in a directory except some?
Jan
9
awarded  Supporter
Sep
24
answered Why doesn't Gzip compression eliminate duplicate chunks of data?
Sep
24
answered Isolate local networks, share internet connection
Jun
28
answered Is there a way to pass in a password to the su root -c command?
May
23
awarded  Analytical
Mar
23
comment Exit SSH session in OSX Terminal
That is because you are in the local shell for your mac and exiting the process would be my guess. Typically you need to provide credentials to log into another server unless you have ssh keys setup. Are you sure that you are connected to the other server?
Mar
23
answered Exit SSH session in OSX Terminal