The test case is running on a new install. During the install a user was
set up and that user has Admin. In that situation I've never had
problems running journalcrl, grep, or this journalctl | grep. Perhaps we
should have them login to their user account.
I've not found the need to invoke sudo, su, or sudo su.
From what I've read in this chain it seems like there are references to
one of my old drafts. Adam's draft is most recent. Are we all ready from
the same doc?
Gave a Great Day!
On 12/11/19 13:58, Adam Williamson wrote:
> On Wed, 2019-12-11 at 11:20 -0700, Chris Murphy wrote:
>> How to test #1 can probably be omitted in favor of just using # in
>> front of commands that are expected to be run either as root user or
>> with sudo. *shrug*
> I never do this. I hate it. Because it causes this:
> [root@adam sysprof (master *%)]# # cat /tmp/foo
> commands should always, always be easy to copy/paste.