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Hi,

I was wondering if you guys knew any applications that could provide me a list of when my account is logged in. Like if I log in at 9am, again at 3pm, and once more at 6pm, I'd like to see a list of those log-ins whenever I want.

And as a side note, if there are also any Windows applications that will do this also, please let me know.

Thank you for any suggestions,

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Can you open up the terminal (Applications->Utilities->Terminal) and type the following command and see if it gives you want to want..

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If that doesn't do what you want or enough, then follow this article to create a couple of simple scripts that will get run every time you log in and out and append a log file with the time. The article is quite old, but hopefully still relevant with newer versions of OS X.

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