Losers+Users. Originates from MIT. On their old mainframe systems, when you turned on a terminal it would say something like "57 users online". Someone hacked it to "losers", and someone hacked again to "lusers".
Welcome to the Network. 207 lusers online.
luser /loo'zr/ n. common
A user; esp. one who is also a loser. ( luser and loser are pronounced identically.) This word was coined around 1975 at MIT. Under ITS, when you first walked up to a terminal at MIT and typed Control-Z to get the computer's attention, it printed out some status information, including how many people were already using the computer; it might print "14 users", for example. Someone thought it would be a great joke to patch the system to print "14 losers" instead. There ensued a great controversy, as some of the users didn't particularly want to be called losers to their faces every time they used the computer. For a while several hackers struggled covertly, each changing the message behind the back of the others; any time you logged into the computer it was even money whether it would say "users" or "losers". Finally, someone tried the compromise "lusers", and it stuck. Later one of the ITS machines supported luser as a request-for-help command. ITS died the death in mid-1990, except as a museum piece; the usage lives on, however, and the term `luser' is often seen in program comments and on Usenet.
That guy is a luser
A word used often by sysadmin
or tech support to describe clueless computer users.
It is said to be a combination of the words "loser" and "user", although also said to be the combination of "lame" and "user".
It is occasionally substituded for "user" in programming as a joke....
There are currently 347 lusers signed in
A person or group of persons that are very computer illiterate. Sometimes used by geeks to describe people that just use computers.
Tech support people get more calls from LUsers than Users. LUsers are also known for stupid tech support questions that make it on many sites. People usually excluded from this are users with some computer knowledge or people that work with computers.
"I can't connect to the inturnet."
"Is your phone line plugged into the modem in your computer?"
"Computer? I don't need one of those, I just want to surf the web!"
A combo of a user and a loser.
A luser is a person who tries to install software on their CPUer, but they end up calling customer support saying that the installer package asked them to press any key to continue, but they can't find a single key marked any...
Pronounced as 'loo-jur'.
If some S. Korean bitch refers a guy as a luser,
that guy has a hight lower than 180cm because she
thinks short guys are not worthy of having a dick.
Lee Do Gyung says,
"We live in an era of looks and hight is one´s
I think short men are lusers.
I'm 170cm tall, so a guy should be at least 180cm tall."
N. A clueless user. A very derogatory term.
Pity tech support. They have to deal with lusers 25/8