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Jun
17
comment Why does the `users` command return different users depending on whether I ssh or open a new terminal?
Makes sense. There are lots of interactive non-login shells that don't show up from users
Jun
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accepted Why does the `users` command return different users depending on whether I ssh or open a new terminal?
Jun
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comment Why does the `users` command return different users depending on whether I ssh or open a new terminal?
weird. the tty makes it interactive, but can't you have a non-interactive login shell?
Jun
17
comment Why does the `users` command return different users depending on whether I ssh or open a new terminal?
but what about The -i (simulate initial login) in sudo -i? I guess "simulate" is the key word here. Perhaps it's not really doing a login.
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asked Why does the `users` command return different users depending on whether I ssh or open a new terminal?
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