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Date:      Thu, 15 Mar 2001 15:57:02 -0000
From:      "Jason Halbert" <jason@jason-n3xt.org>
To:        "Faisal Gillani" <fasi_74@yahoo.com>, "FreeBSD" <freebsd-questions@freebsd.org>
Subject:   RE: uptime ?
Message-ID:  <ICEEIHNIIMPDELNLPAGPKEFJCBAA.jason@jason-n3xt.org>
In-Reply-To: <000301c0ad80$2167be00$04036b83@terminal4>

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The evidence suggests that Faisal Gillani stated:

> Is there any way of finding out the uptime of your system ?
>
> thanks

You can get your uptime in may ways.  You can run "top" and find it in
the upper right hand corner of the display directly to the left of the
system clock.  You can run "w", the first line of output is the
uptime.  And finally you can just run "uptime" and it will tell you
the uptime. :)

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