Huy Ton That wrote:

> under my home directory for root under .profile I added the line:
> 
> EDITOR=pico;    export EDITOR
> 
> where no such line existed for EDITOR before; this line exists in my
> personal account that I use and my default for external launched editors is
> now pico such that I can edit crontab stuff easily.  However, when I ssh in
> and then su, I try to run crontab only to find it is still booting into 'vi'
> by default.  Any ideas how I can get this loaded?

Try using: su -m instead.


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