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Use root on Ubuntu

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The Ubuntu system requires you to login as an administrative user to be able to execute commands that only root can execute. However, you can alter the system to allow root to login to perform hours of administration as root. This eliminates the requirement of typing the full path for commands.
 read more | score:6744 | -aweber, May 15, 2011
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