Linux SU Command


 

Usage of Linux SU Command:

This command is used to become another user in his own session. By default, user without username will login as super-user (i.e. Root).

Syntax:

Example1 : Login as “guest “user.

Example2 : Run specific command with another user privilege say govind.

-c option is used to return back to the command line of former user after execution is completed.

Example3 : Login as root user.

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Note: In Linux while giving password it won’t be visible because of security reason.


 






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