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finger(1)                        User Commands                       finger(1)

       finger - display information about local and remote users

       finger [-bfhilmpqsw] [username]...

       finger [-l]
            [username@hostname 1 [@hostname 2 .. .@hostname n]...]

       finger [-l] [@hostname 1 [@hostname 2 .. .@hostname n]...]

       By default, the finger command displays in multi-column format the fol‐
       lowing information about each logged-in user:

           o      user name

           o      user's full name

           o      terminal name (prepended with a '*' (asterisk) if write-per‐
                  mission is denied)

           o      idle time

           o      login time

           o      host name, if logged in remotely

       Idle time is in minutes if it is a single integer, in hours and minutes
       if a ':' (colon) is present, or in days and hours if a 'd' is present.

       When one or more username arguments are given, more  detailed  informa‐
       tion  is  given for each username specified, whether they are logged in
       or not. username must be that of a local user, and may be  a  first  or
       last  name,  or an account name. Information is presented in multi-line
       format as follows:

           o      the user name and the user's full name

           o      the user's home directory and login shell

           o      time the user logged in if currently logged in, or the  time
                  the user last logged in; and the terminal or host from which
                  the user logged in

           o      last time the user received mail, and the last time the user
                  read mail

           o      the first line of the $HOME/.project file, if it exists

           o      the contents of the $HOME/.plan file, if it exists

       Note:  when  the comment (GECOS) field in /etc/passwd includes a comma,
       finger does not display the information following the comma.

       If the arguments username@hostname1[@hostname2...@hostnamen] or  @host‐
       name1[@hostname2...@hostnamen]  are  used, the request is sent first to
       hostnamen and forwarded through each hostnamen-1 to hostname1. The pro‐
       gram  uses the finger user information protocol (see RFC 1288) to query
       that remote host for information about the named user (if  username  is
       specified),  or about each logged-in user. The information displayed is
       server dependent.

       As required by RFC 1288, finger  passes  only  printable,  7-bit  ASCII
       data.  This behavior may be modified by a system administrator by using
       the PASS option in /etc/default/finger. Specifying PASS=low allows  all
       characters  less than decimal 32 ASCII. Specifying PASS=high allows all
       characters  greater  than   decimal   126   ASCII.   PASS=low,high   or
       PASS=high,low  allows both characters less than 32 and greater than 126
       to pass through.

       The following options are supported, except that the  username@hostname
       form supports only the -l option:

       -b    Suppresses printing the user's home directory and shell in a long
             format printout.

       -f    Suppresses printing the header that is normally printed in a non-
             long format printout.

       -h    Suppresses  printing of the .project file in a long format print‐

       -i    Forces "idle" output format, which is  similar  to  short  format
             except  that  only the login name, terminal, login time, and idle
             time are printed.

       -l    Forces long output format.

       -m    Matches arguments only on user name (not first or last name).

       -p    Suppresses printing of the .plan file in a long format printout.

       -q    Forces quick output format, which  is  similar  to  short  format
             except  that  only  the  login name, terminal, and login time are

       -s    Forces short output format.

       -w    Suppresses printing the full name in a short format printout.

       $HOME/.plan            user's plan

       $HOME/.project         user's projects

       /etc/default/finger    finger options file

       /etc/passwd            password file

       /var/adm/lastlog       time of last login

       /var/adm/utmpx         accounting

       See attributes(7) for descriptions of the following attributes:

       tab() box; cw(2.75i) |cw(2.75i) lw(2.75i) |lw(2.75i) ATTRIBUTE  TYPEAT‐
       TRIBUTE VALUE _ Availabilitynetwork/finger

       whois(1), passwd(1), who(1), passwd(5), attributes(7)

       Zimmerman,  D.,  The Finger User Information Protocol, RFC 1288, Center
       for Discrete Mathematics and  Theoretical  Computer  Science  (DIMACS),
       Rutgers University, December 1991.

       The  finger  user  information  protocol limits the options that may be
       used with the remote form of this command.

Oracle Solaris 11.4               27 Nov 2017                        finger(1)
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