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- Subject: /usr/bin/listusers
- From: Chuck Gagnon <gagnocg_(_at_)_mac_(_dot_)_com>
- Date: Tue, 8 Mar 2005 23:39:12 -0600
For ease and compatibility with the various flavors of Unix I
administer at work I wrote this code.
It is basically a work alike to the SYSV command of the same name, with
no arguments it lists all users in a sorted list showing username and
gecos field. the two options are [ -l users ] to list specific users,
and or [ -g groups ] to list all users in the given group(s). Users
IDs are defined as ID's with a uid greater than 99.
We have a lot of scripts that made use of this command on Solaris and
HP-UX, and I couldn't find a similar command in the BSD world.
It is under a BSD style license.
Code is at:
Included files are:
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