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Hi all. While using the terminal, I noticed that when I did the "su" and I enter my password, the root reveals a different location instead of the original one. ...
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    [SOLVED] root location Suse 10.0 Gnome


    Hi all.

    While using the terminal, I noticed that when I did the "su" and I enter my password, the root reveals a different location instead of the original one.

    Instead of this root:
    rootusername:~ #
    I get this instead:
    rootusername:/home/username#
    Can someone tell me why this happened? And is there a way to bring this back to the original root location without me having to input "cd /root" every time?

    Thanks!

    -aL

    EDIT: Okay, I figured it out already. This thread may be closed now.
    Last edited by _artistmonk_; 12-19-2008 at 05:25 AM. Reason: Resolved!

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