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remote emacspeak

yes, it does, but how then does the script determine the machine you logged in from?

there is no refference to the machine name returned from whoami.

am i missing something?


T. V. Raman writes:
 > whoami on bsd systems should return your userid.
 > >>>>> "Bart" == Bart Bunting <bart@socs.uts.edu.au> writes:
 >     Bart> hi, I've just been trying to get remote emacspeak
 >     Bart> to work out which machine i logged in from by
 >     Bart> translating the csh script to bash syntax.
 >     Bart> the csh code raman supplies in emacspeak-remote.el
 >     Bart> uses the command `who am i` and i have no idea
 >     Bart> what this command does or where it comes from.
 >     Bart> the simple whoami command with no spaces simply
 >     Bart> returns the effective uid but i suspect that isn't
 >     Bart> the correct responce as there is no mention of
 >     Bart> where one logged in from.
 >     Bart> can someone enlighten me?
 >     Bart> thanks Bart
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