Trevor Best wrote:
> On Wed, 16 Jul 2008 22:04:24 -0500, John F. Morse wrote:
>
>
>> al wrote:
>>
>>> John F. Morse wrote:
>>>
>>>> Are you saying that w, who and users show several root, hal-demo,
>>>> etc.? I don't think so.
>>>>
>>>> You are instead looking at top. It shows the owners of processes, not
>>>> who is logged into your system.
>>>>
>>>>
>>> I thought you were saying those were switches to be used with top.
>>> Like top -w which wouldn't work and neither would the others. Learn
>>> something new everyday.
>>>
>>> Thanks
>>> Al
>>>

>> I never did like the term "switches." Reminds me too much of my
>> grandmother and the peach tree out back, and how she and her peach tree
>> switch could make me "dance" as she played her "music" on my calves. ;-)
>>
>> Windows (DOS) uses that term, but Unix/Linux prefers "options" for the
>> same thing.
>>
>> Besides, "options" sounds to me like I have some choice in the matter. ;-)
>>

>
> Some people call them "arguments", you looking at my pint?



I won't argue that with you, even though I used to partake quarts, not
puny pints. ;-)


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John

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