Re: su or sudo su?

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James Mckenzie wrote:
> Petrus de Calguarium <[email protected]> wrote:
>>When I need root access, I used to use sudo su -.
> This is plain wrong.  The command should be sudo <command>.

And su - is a command. ;)

There's really nothing wrong with that command from a technical

Whether someone should have access to su via sudo is another matter,
something for the admin to configure.

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