Linux runuser Command
What is Linux runuser Command?
In this tutorial we learn how to use runuser command in Linux. runuser command is runuser - run a command with substitute user and group ID For backward compatibility, runuser defaults to not change the current directory and to only set the environment variables HOME and SHELL (plus USER and LOGNAME if the target user is not root). This version of runuser uses PAM for session management.
runuser [options] -u user [[--] command [argument...]] runuser [options] [-] [user [argument...]]
runuser Command Manual / Help
We can use
info command to see the manual page of runuser command.
runuser command also have
--help option to show list of options.
To open man page for runuser command we can use command below. To exit man or info page you can press
To open info page for runuser command we can use command below.
To open help page from runuser command we can run command below.
Linux runuser Command Source Code
You can find runuser command source code from the folowing repositories:
Related Linux Commands
You can read tutorials of related Linux commands below:
In this tutorial we learn how to use runuser in Linux with practical examples. Visit our Linux Commands guide to learn more about using command line interface in Linux.