... > set by step volumes (tons?) of TFM > > 1: login in as user. > 2: as user open a terminal window > 3: switch from the user to root using steps 3a and 3b > 3a: type su - <enter> at the prompt > 3b: enter root's password <enter> at the prompt > 4: type konqueror & <enter> (the & lets you keep the > terminal) how do I understand the original question, this step 4 didn't work for the original inquirer; and still, he is unable to use the alternative way via kdesu and some said that it is okay that Konqueror can't be run as root and you said "The point is, I believe, that to disable root is considered a good thing." so keep on topic and explain to me, how do I do step 3 if root is disabled, and what is it good for? oh, and if you are really bored, you can answer my previous question that you have chosen to ignore in your reply - how are the Windows related, when we are talking about doing administrative tasks using the root account in Fedora, and not about using the Administrator account to do daily tasks in Windows? K. -- Karel Volný QE BaseOs/Daemons Team Red Hat Czech, Brno tel. +420 532294274 (RH: +420 532294111 ext. 8262074) xmpp kavol jabber cz :: "Never attribute to malice what can :: easily be explained by stupidity."
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