RE: su question
When you bring up your xterm window you first
have login as "su" then give the root password.
The system is done this way because Linux is a
secured system, that and you don't want regular
users messing with necessary system files like
/etc/fstab in a LAN environment.
From: tom [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Friday, 07 July, 2000 7:15 AM
Subject: su question
This is one of those things that has
been pestering me. while logged in as a user in x, how can I
edit files that require su privileges? (like /etc/fstab). I
usually su from eterm and "jed filename". can I su from within
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