Re: loing as root user
Date: Tue, 14 Jun 2005 16:24:36 +0300
Tue, 14 Jun 2005 11:38:25 +0200, Sybren Stuvel kirjoitti:
> You say you hate sudo, but you obviously don't even know how it works
> and what it can do. It can let you enter commands as root without
> having to type a password. You can configure it to ask for a password
> no more than once a day if you'd like.
Yes, I do know what sudo is and what it does, but it's even more
convenient and easy to just log in as root and not care about sudo at all.
It's just the way I like it, and I'm not trying to recommend it to anyone
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