Activity 1 - Determine User Account
What are user accounts?
Every user in Linux has a user account. These are used to uniquely identify each user.
For example, say you and your friend, Nuvi, share a computer. You and Nuvi might create separate user accounts to keep track of which files belong to which of you and to ensure that none of you accidentally changes anything important.
How do I find out which account I am using?
The Linux command
whoami will tell you which account you are using. Try it!
In our example above, the terminal output is the name of our user,