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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.

Catch ya,

Ian McWilliam.
Technical Officer,
School of Computing & IT
Uni of Western Sydney, NEPEAN.
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