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Re: Output of 'who' question



Root:0  maybe you are using X :0 is normally your gui
screen.

Pierre
--- Kevin _ <nofx_punkguy hotmail com> wrote:
> Hey everybody
> Quick couple of questions:
> >From what I understand tty1 is the 1st virtual
> console at the actuyal 
> terminal, but what does :0 refer to? When I type in
> 'who' I get:
> 
> root     tty1     Jul  1 08:19
> root:0       Jul  1 08:10
> 
> Is there a way to get rid of (i.e. logout) root on
>:0 , without rebooting? 
> (I don't want to reboot, since it's a samba file
> server, apache/tux server, 
> etc. and who wants to clobber a 93 day uptime...?)
> Any help is appreciated!
> -Kev
> 
> Please ignore the malarkey below about downloading
> M$ products. Use Redhat 
> Linux! ;o)
> 
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