How do I get current user in Linux?
- echo “$USER”
- u=”$USER” echo “User name $u”
- id -u -n.
- id -u.
- #!/bin/bash _user=”$(id -u -n)” _uid=”$(id -u)” echo “User name : $_user” echo “User name ID (UID) : $_uid”
How do I find a current user? Type whoami and press Enter. Your current user name will be displayed.
What is my username in Linux terminal? The “users” command is used to display a list of all users logged in to the system, whereas the “echo $USER” is an alternate of the command “whoami.” It displays a one-line answer.
What is the current user? The current user is the active user related to the current request in a web application.