chaning root prompt PS1 question
I have tried to find on the web how to change my root prompt. I tried
setting the PS1 in /etc/profile but it seems that is not read when I do
"su -" to change to root. But if I do "source /etc/profile" as root, I
get my changes prompt, but then I loose the root environment. (BTW,
setting PS1 in /etc/profile works in Fedora)
So in Debian, bash doesn't read /etc/profile when "su -" is executed?
Where do I need to set PS1 so that I get that new prompt after "su -"?
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