Mar 25, 2008 · [02:11] tritium, i use core linux myself, man that's a bit complex for a new linux user. there should be a man page or someting to tell them about that. [02:11] kindaofabuzz, su sudo would log you in as root though [02:11] kindofabuzz_: i'd say that whatever you do as root can be done with sudo, but they are deff not the same.
Bash aliases allow you to set a shortcut command for a longer command. For example, you could set the command cc to be a shortcut for the clear command. cc + Enter is much faster to type than clear. Aliases are defined in the.bash_profile or.bashrc file (typically in your user home directory). A bash alias has the following structure: