forcing logout of an unwanted instance of root
I suppose it's a little late now, as I just decided to reboot to clear it up. I hate rebooting though, so I need to know for a future occurance...
I had an instance of root logged in, as shown from the 'who' command, that I could not account for and didn't know why it was there (had been for over a month according to the command). I read every man page I could think of, but I can't seem to determine a way to logout a logged in user, assumable by using their pts/* number or something of the sort. I was trying to break my record uptime, but this instance of root finally drove me nuts, hence the reboot.
I'm sure there's a way, if somebody could just kindly point me in the right direction...