Re: howto make root emacs open in X
Axel Freyn <email@example.com> writes:
> Why do you use ssh to connect to the local machine? I would propose to
To make use of the ssh-agent and circumvent typing the password every
time I want a root shell.
I have in .inputrc
"\M-s": "ssh root@localhost"
So by typing alt-s I get a shell cmd that when executed thru ssh-agent
launches an ssh terminal for root with no passwd interplay.
But even better I have xbindkeys set to launch an xterm with
"xterm -e ssh root@localhost"
ctrl+shift + 1
So pressing `Ctrl+shift + 1' invokes an instant root shell already
logged in and with full login environment.
I have no security worries for the desktop as this is a home machine.