LOGNAME

Posted On 2007-05-01 by FortyPoundHead
Keywords: Command Reference
Tags: Linux Commandline Linux
Views: 1608


Print current login name

SYNTAX
logname
Prints the calling user''s name, as found in the file`/var/run/utmp'', and exits with a status of 0.

If there is no `/var/run/utmp'' entry for the calling process, `logname'' prints an error message and exits with a status of 1.

The only options are `--help'' and `--version''.


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