fajarpri at cbn.net.id
Tue Jun 28 03:43:13 UTC 2005
After reading some intros about ubuntu, I understand that we don't 'su-ing'
like I used to be in other distros in doing administrative tasks. Instead, we
are encourage to use sudo.
I have several (lame) questions:
1. is it still possible to su-ing in ubuntu? how? I tried it but I can't.
2. if in anyway I change the behaviour by using su again (see question #1).
Will it break anything in ubuntu? maybe a security risk?
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