William Scott Lockwood III
scott at guppylog.com
Sat Jun 7 17:53:11 UTC 2014
On Jun 7, 2014 8:56 AM, "AFJ Headquarters" <agents4jesus at gmail.com> wrote:
> Yes it does. Open terminal and type su. It won't work. Sure, you can
change that, but still ubuntu does lock you out of some things at the start.
Yes, and you could also 'sudo rm -Rf /*' if you wanted, but why do so? You
should never use su, if for no other reason than there is absolutely no
reason to. If you want a second good reason, logging. I want to know who
did what easily on production systems.
Why would you want someone to develop bad habits?
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