`who` vs `w` ?
when i try "w" it says '3 users' but only shows me.
9:03pm up 105 days, 21:22, 3 users, load average: 0.00, 0.00, 0.00
USER TTY FROM LOGIN@ IDLE JCPU PCPU WHAT
will pts/0 wdt 9:02pm 0.00s 0.37s 0.04s w
when i try "who" it shows me, three times
will pts/0 Dec 29 21:02 (wdt)
will pts/1 Dec 21 21:44 (wdt)
will pts/2 Oct 12 14:54 (wdt)
but there's only one of me!
% ls -l /dev/pts
crw------- 1 will tty 136, 0 Dec 29 21:04 0
what's up with this?
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