"This probably comes as no surprise to most Unix or Linux
administrators out there (at least this first thing), but I find
it's always interesting how rarely the 'last' command is used to
determine anything other than the users logged in 'now' and the
'last' time a user logged in.
"Granted; the last command doesn't offer too much in the
extra-functionality department, but it does have one very useful
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