Hi all, I tried to uninstall a package using kpackage, it asked me for the root pass as normal but once i entered it, it gives me root@mycomputername:/home/myuser>.
I was watching someone using bash and they changed some stuff in .bash_profile, i couldnt find the file in my home dir but added stuff to .bashrc instead. Here is my .bashrc:
eval `dircolors -b`
alias ls='ls --color=auto'
alias rm='rm -i'
alias 0ff='shutdown -h now'
# Make sure our customised gtkrc file is loaded.
# User Specific environment and startup programs
Is this what has messed up kpackage?
While on the .bashrc subject, the 0ff alias works if i su to root from my normal user but not if i just log in as root. Can anyone tell me where i am going wrong on these 2 problems?
Any help very appreciated.