How do I run the terminal in Ubuntu as a different user than the one I am currently logged in as?
This is what I want to do:
Log in to user A.
Open the terminal as user B.
Open new tabs and terminal windows as user B simply by keying ctrl-shift-t and ctrl-shift-n.
Right now, whenever I want to open a new tab or terminal windows as user B, I have to su - username, type in the password, and then cd to the directory I want - and that's just unacceptable for an aspiring superuser.