history log to find who was log into a linux system?

Posted on 2009-04-22
Last Modified: 2012-05-06
Is there a history log to find out who was log into a linux system after it rebooted?
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    Suggestion :
    w = show users with what they are doing
    who = a summary version of "w" command


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    Thanks for the helpful responses
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    The file /var/log/secure is a log for all logins, local, ssh, etc.


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