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LOGINS(1)		  BSD General Commands Manual		     LOGINS(1)

NAME
     logins — display account information

SYNOPSIS
     logins [-admopstux] [-g groups] [-l logins]

DESCRIPTION
     The logins utility displays information about user and system accounts.

     The following options are available:

     -a		Display information about the password change and account
		expiration times for each account.

     -d		Select accounts with duplicate UIDs.

     -g groups	Select accounts that are members of the specified groups.  If
		multiple group names are specified, they must be separated
		with commas.

     -l logins	Select accounts matching the specified login names.  If multi‐
		ple names are specified, they must be separated with commas.

     -m		Show information about secondary groups.

     -o		Display the information for each account on a single line of
		colon-separated fields.

     -p		Select accounts with no password.

     -s		Select system accounts.	 These are currently defined as
		accounts with UIDs below 1000, plus the “nobody” account (UID
		65534).

     -t		Sort selected accounts by name rather than by UID.

     -u		Select user accounts.  These are currently defined as accounts
		with UIDs above 1000, except the “nobody” account (UID 65534).

     -x		Display information about each account's home directory and
		shell.

     If multiple selection options are specified, all accounts matching any of
     the selection criteria will be displayed.

     If no selection options are specified, all accounts will be displayed.

SEE ALSO
     getgrent(3), getpwent(3), group(5), passwd(5), pw(8)

HISTORY
     The logins utility appeared in FreeBSD 4.10.

AUTHORS
     The logins utility was written by Dag-Erling Smørgrav ⟨des@FreeBSD.org⟩
     based on similar utilities in other operating systems.

BSD				 March 6, 2004				   BSD
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