On Being root....

Rob Blomquist rob at robandmegan.net
Sun Mar 5 06:53:15 UTC 2006

On Sunday 05 March 2006 6:19 am, Larry Grover so eloquently stated:
> Rob Blomquist wrote:

> Ubuntu uses sudo by default.  Sudo is more flexible -- for example, if
> you want to delegate different levels of authority in a multi-user
> environment sudo is a good option -- but it probably isn't for everyone.
>   You can enable root in Ubunut, if you decide you want to, but you
> might want to give sudo a try first.

Yeah, but I would rather type my root password once, than sudo many times.

> Most of your questions about root/sudo in Ubuntu will probably be
> answered here:
> https://wiki.ubuntu.com/RootSudo
Not exactly. Apparently root must not have a password for Adept to run. Why? 
Seems pretty bogus to me.


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