opi at cyb3r.org
Tue Jun 28 05:10:08 UTC 2005
On Tuesday 28 of June 2005 07:00, ZIYAD A. M. AL-BATLY wrote:
> You don't need to set the root password. Just use “sudo -H -s”.
Correct me, if I'm wrong, but that's a sudo call that would call a root shell
in root's home. Not exaclly ,,enabling root''. Same thing as su - but you
could not login as root untill password is set.
Emil Oppeln-Bronikowski, http://bronikowski.com
Monkey see, monkey do. Rather be dead than cool.
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