sudo doesn't support bash aliases
John Richard Moser
nigelenki at comcast.net
Sun Mar 20 22:17:52 CST 2005
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Daniel Stone wrote:
> On Sun, Mar 20, 2005 at 09:32:55PM -0500, John Richard Moser wrote:
>>>But "sudo rm file" doesn't takes care of the alises. "sudo rm file" is
>>>not translated to "sudo rm -i file".
>>Good. Keep it that way. If you don't understand why it's that way,
>>then don't fuck with it.
> Language, please.
Sorry, long day at work, and sensing impending security nightmare after
being paid to proport that some magic "Security center" that slaps onto
windows could in fact be secure (while it's in teh handbook that things
like CoolWWW and such actually disable exactly those countermeasures and
block access to sites that have tools to remove them).
I'll post when I get a day off. As for my earlier post, I'll leave
figuring that out as a challenge for the reader, or someone else can
hand him the answer sheet.
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