c.peterman at gmail.com
Thu Jan 19 15:23:10 GMT 2006
Eh not neccessarily. Although I consider myself an advanced user I still
avoid logging in as root. Then again I usually alias all my commonly
used sudo commands.
I think including a link to the Wikipage about Root/RootSudo in the msg
would help cure some confusion/
On Thu, Jan 19, 2006 at 04:05:51PM +0100, Manu Cornet wrote:
> Hi !
> > What I'd like to know is.....
> > How does an experieced user get rid of this annoyance? Not sudo, just
> > the "To execute a command as root, run 'sudo <command>' and enter your
> > password." stuff..
> If you really want to be root, just run sudo passwd to set the root
> password, then su ?
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