thanks again. i am already looking at man pages for all the commands you
refered to and it is helpful, however my problem remains on how i will
count the times each user has logged on to get an result like:
[<myusername>@di o g eni s ~ ] $ countlogins . sh
48 theodor pc4236 . c e id . upatras . gr
48 theodo pc4236 . c e id . upatras . gr
42 voulgari82. 1 6 9 . 1 0 . 2 9
. . .
where countlogins.sh is my bash script and i.e. theodor is a user that
has connected 48 times on diogenis......
so if there are any ideas about that, bring them on
otherwise, i thank u very much for your help already and hopefully
i'll find it