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Re: man du versus BLOCKSIZE
> Not to mention, sudo
>only allows you to run a single command with root privs, rather than actually
>*becoming* the root user and then forgetting you're su'ed to root and
>doing something dumb (been there, done it).
Unless of course you have set sudo up to give you a root shell. By whatever
means you give yourself root access you just have to be careful. Each way
will always have it's pitfalls and dangers.
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