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Re: man du versus BLOCKSIZE
> I logged in as root on that occasion. I realize that when the machine
> starts up it says don't use root, but I also notice that root is setup
> with proper paths to do system work.
> Are we supposed to customize our user account by merging in stuff from the
> .cshrc and .login files from the ~root directory?
The default .cshrc aliases su as "su -m". I, haven hated it,
removed the alias, causing su to use root's shell and environment.
One more thing that you can do is to use the construct
if ( "`whoami`" == root )
in your .cshrc file.
Vadim Vygonets * email@example.com * Unix system administrator
Imagine, C++ all day, on a NT machine, using the Development
Environment from hell, Visual C++, using APIs written by an
infinite amount of monkeys... -- (c) 1997, Henrik Jonsson on asr