Umm... /bin/sh?

On Thu Jan 22 2015 at 11:27:36 AM Alexander Bokovoy <aboko...@redhat.com>
wrote:

> On Thu, 22 Jan 2015, Sina Owolabi wrote:
> >Hi
> >And thanks for the replies..
> >The default bash files are represented in the user's home:
> >[root@node5 ~]# ls -la /home/sina/
> >total 24
> >drwx------. 2 sina sina 4096 Jan 22 09:24 .
> >drwxr-xr-x. 8 root root 4096 Jan 22 09:23 ..
> >-rw-------. 1 sina sina    5 Jan 22 09:24 .bash_history
> >-rw-------. 1 sina sina   18 Jan 22 09:23 .bash_logout
> >-rw-------. 1 sina sina  176 Jan 22 09:23 .bash_profile
> >-rw-------. 1 sina sina  124 Jan 22 09:23 .bashrc
> >
> >And yes, it does ask for a password if I try to login as another
> >non-priviledged user.
> >[root@node5 ~]# su - hofozor
> >-sh-4.1$ su - sina
> >Password:
> >-sh-4.1$
> >-sh-4.1$ pwd
> >/home/sina
> I think this is correct behavior for a /bin/sh. What is your user's
> shell?
>
> --
> / Alexander Bokovoy
>
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