Subject: Re: su -d ?
To: Julio Merino <>
From: Johan Danielsson <>
List: tech-userlevel
Date: 04/27/2003 12:44:56
Julio Merino <> writes:

> dsl@ suggested a -d option for the su command, that could behave as
> -l but leaving the new shell in the same directory where su was
> called (i.e., avoid switching to user's home directory).

What problem does this solve?