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Re: [K12OSN] Ubuntu question quick - Dave?



In relation to this, I'm on the kubuntu list - this is how ubuntu
works at the moment, but it getting a lot of flack from linux people,
who are used to a root account. In (K)Ubuntu, there is a utility or
system in the menu called "root terminal" from there you can log in
with your personal password, or you can sudo, but there is no
(currently) su or root account that is accessible....


Hope this helps

L.


On 4/22/05, cliebow downeast net <cliebow downeast net> wrote:
> looks like use a normal acct then sudo with no root pw unkess you want to
> add one
> 
> > I just set up Ubuntu to try and build my first debain based server.  I
> > tried actual debian but had trouble detecting hardware (Ubuntu went
> > without a catch).  But now I can't log in as root and it never asked me
> > for a root password.  Dave I figured you would know what I am missing
> > here being you're a current Ubuntu nut :-)
> >
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