Aliasing rm to rm -i for sudo
ubuntu-ml at tower-net.de
Mon Jun 20 14:30:14 UTC 2005
skoal wrote on Mon, Jun 20, 2005 at 09:55:52 -0400:
> If you already set up a 'passwd' for the root account, just copy/paste
> over the aliases into /root's .bashrc or .bash_aliases - sudo gedit
Ups. Right. I've not read the sudo arguments -s -H ;-)
So to complete my other post:
-s executes a shell with euid root. The environment becomes environment
-H only sets the current directory to the $HOME directory of the user
called sudo and not any environment stuff.
So as skoal has wrote you have to set the aliases in environment of root.
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