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Managing Lindows User Accounts

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Circumventing the Lindows root user default...
Security always involves more fuss and bother than does no security--until someone takes over your system or a virus wreaks havoc or you accidentally clobber a file and your system stops working. The extra initial work it takes to set up user accounts and use them is worthwhile.

Lindows does not run as smoothly with user accounts as it does when you run as root all the time; be warned that you need to do a bit of extra work to set up things corre
 read more | mail this link | score:3778 | -Ray, November 17, 2003
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