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       rushlast - retrieve information of previous uses of rush


       rushlast [OPTION] [user [user ...]]

       rushlast [-F STRING] [-f DIR] [-n NUM] [--forward] [-H]

       rushlast {-v | -h | --usage}


       rushlast  is  a utility to search backwards in the session history that GNU rush maintains
       about all users calling on its services.


       -F STRING | --format=STRING
              Use specified format string instead of the default string.

       -f DIR | --file=DIR
              Use database directory DIR.  Default location is /var/lib/rush.

              Display entries in chronological instead of reverse time order.  The latter is  the
              default mode of operation.

       -n NUM | --count=NUM | -NUM
              Show  at  most  NUM  records.   The  numerical  form, such as '-3', is provided for
              compatibility with the standard utility last(1).

       -H | --no-header
              Suppress the header line in printout.

       -v | --version
              Display program version.

       -h | --help
              Display a short help message.

              Display a concise usage summary.


              Location of configuration file.

              Default database directory, where the session  history  files  utmp  and  wtmp  are


              Formatting  string  to be used instead of the hard coded value, whenever the switch
              -F is not in use.  An unset value makes rushlast apply the default string.


       The full documentation for rushlast is maintained as a Texinfo manual.  If  the  info  and
       rush programs were installed from source at your site, the command

              info rush

       should give you access to the complete manual.

       An online manual is available at


       The Debian package provides information in


       with relevant examples, but cannot include the Texinfo manual.

       See also rush(8) and rushwho(1).


       This  text was written by Mats Erik Andersson for the Debian project, because the original
       source supplies documentation only in the form of a  GNU  Texinfo  manual.   The  upstream
       author  licenses  the  manual  under  GFDL-1.3,  so  it  had to be removed from the Debian