More bugs in 0.91 ...
Date: Tue, 1 Mar 94 12:31:54 EST
From: firstname.lastname@example.org (James A. Robinson)
Umm, normal su is not supposed to set your LOGIN and HOME to /root
unless you supply it with the -, -l, or --login correct? Since the
fsstd claims we should not (as normal users) have /sbin in our path,
perhaps we should simply say "If you are su'ing to root, and need
/sbin, do an `su -`" or something? This is like the rm question
though, and more a matter of preferences then anything else.
I said nothing about LOGIN and HOME; I only changed the setting of
PATH in su.