User management is an important part of Linux administration. Sometimes you need to list the users on a system or disable a user account. Other times, you may need to delete a user account entirely, which is what we'll be covering in this guide.
There are a couple of methods for deleting user accounts on a Linux system. One way to do it is via the command line, and the other method is via GUI, which varies depending on the desktop environment you're running. We'll be covering the command line method as well as removing a user in GNOME and KDE.
This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at https://linuxconfig.org/how-to-remove-user-on-linux-system