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Old 27th August 2010
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Default How to expand who command?

When I do the who command it doesn't show all my info:

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$w gscn
 6:08PM  up 4 days, 20:33, 177 users, load averages: 7.46, 3.78, 3.43
USER             TTY      FROM              LOGIN@  IDLE WHAT
gscn            R1       pool-92-199-17-1  5:46PM     - w gscn
Like in the 'From' column. How do I expand that?
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I think that's all fixed width. You can use 'w -n user' and perform the 'host' or 'dig -x' command on the resulting ip.
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