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Old 12th May 2012
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Default [Solved] question about echo with sudo

Hi !
$ sudo echo "USE_SYSTRACE=Yes" > /etc/mk.conf
doesn't work.
# echo "USE_SYSTRACE=Yes" > /etc/mk.conf

Why does 'echo' disregard sudoing ?
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