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Re: Konsole root session ignores bash completion



El jueves, 12 de enero de 2006 05:11, Alex Nordstrom escribió:
> For some reason, when starting a root shell in Konsole from the Sessions
> menu, this setting is ignored. Other session types work as expected,
> and if one issues su from the root session (effectively starting a root
> shell within the root shell), things are fine too.
>
> Is anyone else seeing this?

	Me. I think that it is due that default konsole is not launched with -l flag, 
that is, to act like a login shell, loading startup scripts and so on. Your 
"su -" is working because you specify specifically with '-' that you want to 
read such files.

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