The ln command doesn't require a password prompt.
The ln command doesn't direct the .cache file to the /tmp folder.
I found the chrome cache files. They were where they were suppose to be. Why they didn't show up the last time I looked I have no idea.
The chrome cache purge shutdown script works when shutting down.
There are no .wh. files resulting from deleting the cache files when shutting down.
BTW My code changes.
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CCACHE=/home/guest/.cache/google-chrome/Default/Cache TCACHE=/tmp/google-chrome/Cache/ #set -x; # Diagnostic output on!! if [ ! -d $TCACHE ]; then mkdir -p $TCACHE [[ ! -d $CCACHE ]] && mkdir -p $CCACHE sudo mount --bind $TCACHE $CCACHE # ln -sf $TCACHE $CCACHE fi set +x; # Diagnostic output off!!
My full script invokes sudo 3 times and thru 3 password prompts. Normally if a script requires 1 password prompt I use ktsuss for the whole run but with chrome google doesn't allow chrome to be run in root mode. Is there a command that allows running a command in guest mode? Kind of a reverse sudo?