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Re: Konsole root session ignores bash completion

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Thursday, 12 January 2006 22:14, Pierre Habouzit wrote:
> my own shell is zsh, so konsole does :
>   $(SHELL) -c "su -"
> to launch a root session.
> soit should defininetely do the same as you typing 'su -' in a shell.
> (meaning it creates a login shell with root's $(SHELL)).
> maybe your root has /bin/sh as a shell ?

Nah, it's Bash, but as it turns out, I see the same issue if I execute 
"su -" rather than just "su", so it appears to be an issue with the 
behaviour of su rather than Konsole, and therefore, I guess this is the 
wrong list for the matter. Thanks to everyone who chipped in, though.

Alex Nordstrom
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