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Re: Why /usr/sbin is not in my root $PATH ?




John Hasler <jhasler@xxxxxxxxxxx> writes:

>> But it's not Joe Random User, it's Joe Sysadmin
>
> Worse.  Who is most likely to have put weird stuff in his environment?

And it's not as if sysadmins never log in as other users. Oh no.

Really, not using a clean, known environment as root is plain good
practice, and has been for years, if not actually decades.

Mart

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