Problems with speakup's sysfs parameters
steve at holmesgrown.com
Mon Aug 18 01:52:30 EDT 2008
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The other thing here, why not do a 'su -' instead? this will put you
into a pure shell as root. It would seem to me that sudo is more for
single shot commands. I don't know further since I do Slackware but I
thought sudo vs su are native linux commands and not distro specific
in any way.
On Sun, Aug 10, 2008 at 03:20:04PM -0700, Tyler Spivey wrote:
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> To solve your first point, try:
> sudo sh -c "echo whatever >file"
> This is needed because the redirection operator will be taken by your
> own shell, not the one that is being run by sudo, thus you will get a
> permission denied error.
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