|Jan 19, 2013, 01:04 PM||#1|
How to type curly quote in Terminal as root?
I have a Time Machine sparsebundle with a curly quote in the filename
e.g. /Volumes/timemachine/esskay’s MacBook Pro.sparsebundle
I am trying to work on the file from Terminal. While logged in normally, I can type in the curly quote and access files with curly quotes (by double quoting the entire file path)
But when I log in as root (e.g. # sudo su - ), I can no longer enter the curly quote that is part of the filepath so am unable to access the file.
Can anybody please help me?! Thanks!
Incidentally, this is what I am trying to do:
|Jan 19, 2013, 03:05 PM||#2|
That's happening because you're changing from the default shell of bash to sh. Type
sudo su -
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