Safely clean old root account?
glgxg at sbcglobal.net
Sat Jul 16 02:07:05 UTC 2011
On 07/15/2011 06:22 PM, sudhanshu gupta wrote:
> you can use bleachbit it removes many unwanted material for both root and
> normal user
> sudo apt-get install bleachbit
> then go to accessories -> tools . and do that .
Thanks but I fail to see how bleachbit will help me cleanup/restore a
/root profile to default.
If you add another user it's always easy to clean up as when you delete
the user you can elect to delet the user files too... or just do it
later via /home/<olduser> etc. However a root (user) account is quite
different & resides /root rather than /home. So I need to be careful
cleaning up anything there.
More information about the ubuntu-users