Switching users in a bash script?
fn42551 at fmi.uni-sofia.bg
Sun Aug 27 10:10:18 PDT 2006
>>> Then simply call:
>>> echo build-package-name.txt | su
>> An easier way, to me, is to be root to start off. Then you can switch
>> to any user without worrying about passwords.
>> su apache -c "./build-apache.sh"
> Yes, this is what I'm just goning to do...
Btw, how do I call a function in a bash script from another bash script?
Sorry for the off-topic, but I need this for the package users system.
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