Lists all players online. You can also give following arguments:
who -l (level)
lists all players of given level.
who -r (race) lists all players of
who -g (guild) lists all players of
given primary guild.
who -a lists all player names
in alphabetical order.
who -c (char(s)) lists all players
whose name begins with char(s).
who -m (team) lists all players of
who -r TFC lists all players currently
playing TFC on Jubilar.
who -n lists all players who
are Newbie Helpers.
who -pc lists all players who are Player
If no arguments are given, it simply lists all players sorted by level
and name (alphabetically by level). To find out what the colors on the
who list mean, check out who_colors.
Gives a short list of people online.
( ) around
a name means the person is invisible.
* * means
the person is in edit or flying.
[ ] means
that the person is blocking all forms of communication.
The number inside parentheses after the name indicates idle
time in minutes.
The same arguments can be given with swho as exist in the who command.
To find out what the colors on the who list mean, check out who_colors.
Gives a short list of people online. An ancient command from before swho was created.