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NAME

       live-uptime  -  Tell  how  long the system has been running (works with
       LXC).

DESCRIPTION

       live-uptime is a wrapper replacing the uptime command provided  by  the
       procps package.

       live-uptime  displays the correct uptime when a system is being used in
       a Linux Container (LXC), where the original uptime  command  shows  the
       host uptime for all containers. live-uptime passes through all command-
       line    arguments    to    the    original    uptime    command;    see
       uptime.orig.procps(1)  for  more  information  about the options of the
       original uptime command.

SEE ALSO

       live-tools(7)

HOMEPAGE

       More information about live-uptime and the Live Systems project can  be
       found  on  the homepage at <http://live-systems.org/> and in the manual
       at <http://live-systems.org/manual/>.

BUGS

       Bugs can be reported by  submitting  a  bugreport  for  the  live-tools
       package  in  the Bug Tracking System at <http://bugs.debian.org/> or by
       writing   a   mail   to   the   Live   Systems    mailing    list    at
       <debian-live@lists.debian.org>.

AUTHOR

       live-uptime was written by Daniel Baumann <mail@daniel-baumann.ch>.



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