Learn how to switch users in Linux with ease. One simple method is using the ‘su’ command, allowing swift transition to the admin account within your current session. This proves helpful, particularly when the root user faces login issues via SSH or the GUI display manager.
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How to switch users in Linux on the command line using "sudo su"
Looking to enhance your Linux skills? Discover the power of Su, also known as substitute user or switch user. Learn how to switch users in Linux effectively, allowing you to execute commands with different user privileges. When using Su, you can invoke a shell without altering the working directory or the user environment.
root@test-VirtualBox:~# su test test@test-VirtualBox:/root$
Changing to the root user
test@test-VirtualBox:/$ sudo -i
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