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sudo does not work even more

2023-02-12 03:55:02.672959+01 by Dan Lyke 3 comments

sudo does not work even more emphatically if you type it in all caps.

Seems like this should be rectified.

(Except on the Mac, because Mac don't care about your silly upper lower case conventions.)

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#Comment Re: sudo does not work even more made: 2023-02-12 16:54:13.551041+01 by: brainopener [edit history]

Just as nice nice CMD drops the priority even more, sudo sudo CMD should really, really do the command.

It's like a Justice League/Avengers kind of thing... the more super users/heroes invoked, the better chance of success.

#Comment Re: sudo does not work even more made: 2023-02-13 18:28:11.55674+01 by: Dan Lyke

I'm liking this.

Also, BRB, aliasing nasty to sudo nice -n -10.

#Comment Re: sudo does not work even more made: 2023-02-14 03:52:03.768542+01 by: markd

depending on what you're doing, System Integrity Protection™ (SIP) might prevent you from doing otherwise reasonable things (like dtrace). Depending on your paranoia level or Required Corporate Protection racket, you can turn off SIP.

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