su command ?
Mon Dec 23 17:00:00 GMT 2002
Igor Pechtchanski a Ã©crit:
> 'su' is not implemented in cygwin (yet). The closest you can get now is
> setting up sshd and using 'ssh user@localhost'. There was some talk of
> one of the new packages having that functionality, but you'd have to read
> the mailing list archives to verify that.
Well, actually, I made a search on su, but I didn't get any answer.
Thanks for yours. :-)
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