I know the security risks, but I am performing this experiment/excercise on an old, seldom used *nix machine I have laying around the house. So doing this excerise will not bring any security risk to ...
I know what should be the difference between su and su -, but in my system (debian testing) for example PATH is the same: [root]# su [root]# echo $PATH ...
I am able to run anything using sudo; my password is accepted. But whenever I try to do su from a shell, it fails with: su: incorrect password What can the problem be?