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who -r

From: ray h
Subject: who -r
Date: Sat, 15 Apr 2006 21:31:56 +0100
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I was trying to find out what the result of "who -r" means, I underatand it prints the current and previous runlevel, however "info who" yeilds no explanation of what "S" means for the previous runlevel.

     run-level 5  Apr 15 20:33                   last=S

The runlevel command does not print "S" for the last runlevel, it prints N. Why are these different and can we have the switch added to the docuementation.

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