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Centos / RHEL / Fedora / Debian / Ubuntu List Users Command

Each user with an account on a system has a single line record in the /etc/passwd file. This record is built by system tools when an administrator creates a user account. This might be a little hard to believe, but the /etc/passwd file can be viewed by all users of a Linux system. All /etc/passwd file records consist of 7 fields.

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Examples and usage: Linux Command: List All Users In The System

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