w(1), who(1) and uptime(1) don't count the desktop user
Unlike the amd64 Ubuntu, here w(1), who(1) and uptime(1) don't count the user if logged through LXDE. (If logged torough SSH, they do.) To test, log in through LXDE, open LXterminal and type "w", "who", or "uptime". You won't be shown as a logged in user. (In the amd64 Ubuntu, you will be.) I think that this is a bug, but don't know whether it's a kernel bug or not.

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w(1), who(1) and uptime(1) don't count the desktop user - by lucho - 08-13-2018, 07:29 AM

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