Le Mer 11 Janvier 2006 04:42, Clint Adams a écrit :
> >   since last release, when I become root using sudo su -p (meaning
> > keeping my env intact, especially $HOME) I see .zshhistory beeing
> > chowned by root :
> Have you considered using a different history file for root?

I could do that of course in *last resort*, though I would loose its 
content for root, and I want it to be sourced in the root's history. 
It's 90% of the reason why I really want to keep my env when I become 
root ...
·O·  Pierre Habouzit
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