Didn’t know you could do that in Linux

Only allow users to see their own processes running. On the server, I can only view the processes of my user if I’m not root. Which is annoying. As that means if I need to see them, I have to copy and paste the root password. I use random passwords.

The server is running Ubuntu.

On my desktop, I can see everything running without being root. So don’t ask me how to do that. I don’t really need to do that on my desktop. If it’s a shared server, and you have a bunch of other people with SSH on it, perhaps that’s a good idea. Then a malicious user can’t see other users on the server as easily. But they could just try to get root access, and then that will be useless.