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Komenda SU

- Definicja
su [option] [user] [shell_args]
Create a shell with the effective user ID user. If no user is specified, create a shell for a privileged user (i.e., become a superuser). Enter EOF to terminate. You can run the shell with particular options by passing them as shell_args (e.g., if the shell runs bash, you can specify -c command to execute command via bash, or -r to create a restricted shell)
-, -l, --login

Go through the entire login sequence (i.e., change to user's environment).

-c command, --command=command

Execute command in the new shell and then exit immediately. If command is more than one word, it should be enclosed in quotes. For example:

su -c 'find / -name *.c -print' nobody

-f, --fast

Start the shell with the -f option, which suppresses the reading of the .cshrc or .tcshrc file. Applies to csh and tcsh.

-m, -p, --preserve-environment

Do not reset environment variables.

-s shell, --shell=shell

Execute shell, not the shell specified in /etc/passwd, unless shell is restricted.


Print a help message and then exit.


Print version information and then exit.

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