Originally Posted by archShade
Like I said I am not sure there is an easy way to do this (well without changing the users shell).
How often do you have to su to another user if its once in a blue-moon then it will probably easier just to type bash/dash/ksh/tcsh/csh after you su. The problem here is that you have to type exit twice to leave the su function. Like I said it's not a major issue if you do not do it a lot if your doing it several time a day could get frustrating depends how much you enjoy typing?
I do it quite often. I normally log in to my server as root (which, I suppose, I shouldn't...), but every user other than root just has normal shell. I don't mind the fix you mention, but I'll see how I can make it permanent. I'm just pleased I've got an explanation as to why I couldn't use the keyboard shortcuts!