William Scott Lockwood III scott at
Sat Jun 7 17:53:11 UTC 2014

On Jun 7, 2014 8:56 AM, "AFJ Headquarters" <agents4jesus at> wrote:
> Liam,
> 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.
> Tony

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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