Re: sudo and shell builtins
scripsit martin f krafft:
> also sprach Thanasis Kinias <firstname.lastname@example.org> [2002.08.03.0023
> > In short, is there a way to execute a shell builtin as root using
> > something like sudo, or must I always open a root shell to use 'cd'
> > or similar?
> When sudo finished, permissions will be dropped. what good is a shell
> that might have `pwd` set to a non-permitted resource, but not be able
> to do anything with it since it's administratively prohibited?
I can do 'sudo ls', 'sudo tail _file_', etc.
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