Why do we use su - and not just su?
I understand that root doesn't have to be a superuser. But in the case that it is ... what is the difference between
sudo su - and
sudo su root?
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There are two questions there:
This might be system-dependent. On Linux with
Not sure about other Unix-like operating systems.
If the superuser is named root, then