Liam Proven lproven at
Mon Jun 9 09:37:18 UTC 2014

On 7 June 2014 18:06, AFJ Headquarters <agents4jesus at> wrote:
> I understand the fact that sudo lets one operate as if one was in root, but
> I was talking about just logging into su so that one doesn't have to type
> sudo at every time. (or input their password)
> I do understand that sudo lets one operate with root privileges.

No, you don't, because you apparently do not realise that ``sudo''
does not just let you run single commands, it will in fact give you a
root shell if you ask.

But no, instead of learning, you are quick to criticise Ubuntu for
problems it does not have, and attack and argue with people who know
better than you, because you have not done your research. You are
ignorant, and you don't know you are ignorant.

So please, next time someone tells you something about Ubuntu that you
didn't know about or which is not the way that you think it is, don't
argue back. Go look it up. Learn.

It is what we all did in the beginning.

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