I’m making a home server and I wonder if two people can connect through ssh to the same user at the same time.
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Because maybe they aren’t two people.
Also telling people asking questions on the internet “we aren’t Google” is silly. How do you think answers to questions get on the internet? People ask them, other people answer them and then in the future when people Google it they can find other people asking that question and getting answers.
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You can try with two terminal windows.
This is wrong, since questions like these have been answered dozens of times and are easily accessible. Also you can easily try it out.
For more complex questions or stuff that’s not to be easily tried out or answered in every second SSH guide out there I’m totally with you.
I already answered the question. Did you?