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The "root" account is the most privileged account on a Unix system.

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On centos (and I believe many other distros) vi is aliased to vim for all users by default. However, for whatever reason vi is not aliased to vim for the root user, something that always annoys me … programmatically why an alias doesn't exist when I sudo/su. I'm asking if there is a reason for this to be desirable behavior, ie why didn't the centos developers add an alias for root as well? Is there …
asked Sep 13 '18 by dsollen