I use soo-doo because it is the compilation of the phonetics from the command's unabbreviated form:
No, it's not superuser do. It's from su command "switch user". Also check the man page that says "sudo, sudoedit — execute a command as another user".
Non-native speaker here, asking just out of curiosity: if phonetic (assuming English) why isn’t that syou-doo ?🙈
You're totally right. It should be:
I just looked it up and "superuser" is one word. I'll correct my original post.
Also, as a native English speaker, I'm sorry the language is so weird.
Totally that is what we day ”syou-do” because it's superuser do.
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