In this tutorial, we’ll be going over how to list the users that have been created on your Linux system. This applies for all distributions, and is very easy to do.
The users on your system can be either normal “human” users or system users. The normal users are usually other people that can log in and interact with your server, while the system users are used to start non-interactive background services. You might even create users for certain software platforms to have a user that grants them access to certain files and directories. Let’s begin.