Root access was (another subject line)

Scott Kitterman ubuntu at
Wed Oct 24 03:28:30 UTC 2007

On Tuesday 23 October 2007 23:17, Keller, Damon A SPC MIL USA FORSCOM wrote:
> That's one of the resions why I play with other distros more these days.
> Ubuntu never asks you to set a root when you install.  And as you can see,
> you need root from time to time.
It's pretty trivial to enable a regular root account if you want it.

sudo -i will also get you to a root shell.

gives details.  It's a pretty odd thing to base distro selection on in my 

Scott K

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