I have run inxi -F command. The last part of the output “info” is shown below.
**Info:** **Processes:** 398 **Uptime:** 10:03:54 up 5 days 19:43, 3 users, load average: 8.71, 6.27, 5.24 **Memory:** 31.27 GiB **used:** 12.73 GiB (40.7%) **Shell:** bash **inxi:** 3.1.00 (base) tom@mydesktop:~>
Yast, User and Group Management shows 1 user. That user is a member of 8 groups as checkmarked in the edit → details → Additional Groups dropdown menu inYast, User and Group Management.
I have looked at a half dozen or so doc files on inxi. This included: https://linuxcommandlibrary.com/man/inxi that was the most elaborate. None included any info on what inxi is counting as a user. The man inxi also had no info on users.
The who command shows:
(base) tom@mydesktop:~> who tom (base) tom@mydesktop:~>
wc of passwd command shows:
(base) tom@mydesktop:~> wc -l /etc/passwd 52 /etc/passwd (base) tom@mydesktop:~>
In looking at /etc/passwd there are all the groups listed as system users in yast but after that last one (wwwrun) there are the following entries:
wwwrun:x:451:448:WWW daemon apache:/var/lib/wwwrun:/sbin/nologin tom:x:1000:100:tom kosvic:/home/tom:/bin/bash memcached:x:444:443:user for memcached:/var/lib/memcached:/bin/false redis:x:443:442:User for redis key-value store:/var/lib/redis:/sbin/nologin
Can I conclude that the last three are the inxi users?, i.e., tom, memcached, redis?
Would like to learn what three inxi users are. This is based upon another thread that morphed into an inxi thread.
thanks, tom kosvic