Re: severe bug dpkg following upgrade to buster
Little bit OT:
I am not sure, if I understood that correct, but as the manual says,
"su" is preserving the environment and "su -" is creating a new one.
However, for becoming root, I am using "su -", but when I want to edit files
with root privileges with a graphical editor (i.e. kwrite), I always need
But the manual says, "su" alone would preseve the environment.
Where is my mistake?
> Wow, I never knew the su command used to have such misbehaviours on
> Debian. I guess being used to doing 'su -' from years of using different
> unix systems I never noticed.