How Do I Change Users On Mac Terminal?

The su command lets you change the current user to any other user. If you need to run a command as a different (non-root) user, use the -l [ username ] option to specify the user account. Additionally, su can also be used to change to a different shell interpreter on the fly.

How do I change users on Mac terminal?

I’ve been using the su command to switch to a different user account. It also lets you run a command as a different user account and also changes shells.

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