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    SubjectRe: Strange behavior observed w.r.t 'su' command
    Andreas Schwab wrote:

    > (Måns Rullgård) writes:
    >>It appears that my su exec()s the shell, whereas the redhat and gentoo
    >>su fork() and exec().
    >Yes, your su probably does not support PAM.
    But why is it that after 'su - root', running 'ps' shows 'su' as a
    separate process, whereas, 'su - otheruser' and then 'ps' does not show
    'su' in the process list ??
    In plain words, why does this happen only for su to root ?


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