Use "sudo su -" to get root's OWN environment instead of the login ID pi's environment.Lob0426 wrote: And why is it, that once you invoke "sudo su" you still have to use sudo. That is just ludicrous.
I have one of those. It's very nice, but you're not going to be opening it up frequently.donde wrote:CASES
I bought my case from Adafruit in NY, USA.
Clear and very unique.
Aim higher so we can filk (that's NOT a typo) Gilbert & Sullivan with a song about Sir Eben Upton, KCB.liz wrote:I'm hoping he gets knighted, so I can be Lady Liz and swank around in a pink Rolls Royce with my driver, Parker.