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Errr... why don't you just open a normal xterm and then type "su"
at the prompt. It should ask you for the root password, which you
can then type in, press enter, and viola! Terminal with root
privileges.

Alternatively, if su hasn't been set up, sudo probably has. You can
accomplish something similar with a shell escape.
sudo sudo /bin/bash

With sudo, you type in your user password, rather than the root
password.

On 19 May 2011 03:12, Ken Heard <ken@heard.name> wrote:
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> If it does I cannot find it.
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> In KDE 3.5 the panel kicker has an applet called "Terminal
Sessions".
> Clicking on it provided a choice of Xterms to open, including one
for
> root which required the root password to open.  I can't find the
> equivalent in KDE 4.5.  Is there one?
>
> Regards, Ken Heard
>
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