| Date: Fri, 17 Feb 2006 19:56:27 +0000
| From: Paul O'Malley <ompaul at eircom.net>
| Brian Foster wrote:
| > | From: des <des at frommars.org>
| > |[ ... ]
| > | "sudo su -" will probably do what you want for now.
| > `sudo -s' is perhaps more sane?
|[ ... ]
| sudo -s is more sane then sudo su -, but essentially it is the
| same thing. Even more sane is sudo -i [ ... ]
ah yes, that was the option I very vaguely recalled.
`sudo -i' does not exist on the system I am currently
using (SUSE 9.1, Sudo version 1.6.7p5) and I was sure
the Ubantu system (not accessible at the moment) had
a better suggestion.
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