Re: debian and ubuntu - answer from user not pretending to be guru
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Paul Johnson wrote:
> Harry Rickards wrote:
>> But if they can run aptitude in the first place, surely they could
>> either su to root or use sudo to read or delete the files. Just my opinion.
> Aptitude doesn't need root to run. I tell my users to check aptitude if
> they want to find out if I'm willing to install it (largely because I'm
> lazy and running a hobby system). You only need root to commit changes.
Sorry, yeah I was thinking of aptitude as in 'aptitude install bash',
not aptitude as the gui-based tool.
Harry Rickards (a.k.a l33tmyst)
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