I am working with a product called 'unform' that in its execution script it calls 'who -mx'. I have never seen an 'x' option to the who command on Linux or unix. Any input would be appreciated.
Linux time command is helpful to identify the time taken by a command. Using Linux time command, you can figure out how much time was taken to execute a command, or shell script, or any other program. By default, time command executes the given command or program.
I'm trying to run a command string on a Linux box from a Winows 2008 box. I've got Cygwin64 installed and ssh working with public keys. I have two test scripts on the Windows box. The first script contains the command line that I desire to execute on the Linux box.