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comment Linux - Shell Script and Colorized Text
Duplicate? stackoverflow.com/questions/13054973/…
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comment Linux - Shell Script and Colorized Text
Here's your answer. webhome.csc.uvic.ca/~sae/seng265/fall04/tips/s265s047-tips/…
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comment Substitute text with sed and keep part of the original text
This was actually the first thing I tried, but I didn't escape the ( and ) characters. Stupid question, but why is that necessary?
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comment User logged in by sftp does not show up in `w`
Actually scp and sftp are different protocols. From Wikipedia, "Compared to the earlier SCP protocol, which allows only file transfers, the SFTP protocol allows for a range of operations on remote files – it is more like a remote file system protocol"
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comment User logged in by sftp does not show up in `w`
Ok, it turns out you were right. Even though sftp seems to be interactive, it is considered to be non-interactive by the system and therefore doesn't add it to utmp for some reason, so the answer to my original question is, "Yes, this is standard behavior."
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comment User logged in by sftp does not show up in `w`
The connections not being logged are sftp, not scp, so they are interactive.
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