I sshed into a Linux machine (bash shell) from a public Windows machine (in our lab) and forgot to log out. I'm now back at my seat in another room and I am too lazy to walk back and log out that session; I can ssh into the Linux machine from my current PC though. Can I force-logout the other session from a new SSH session?
When I ssh to the Linux box from my current PC and type
users command, I can see that I'm still logged in there; my name is listed twice – one for the current session and another for the session from lab PC.
I don't have root privileges on the said machine, but I guess that shouldn't matter as I'm just trying to log out myself.