Re: As seen above: use of su vs sudo
On Tue 07 Aug 2018 at 13:23:06 (+0200), Martin Drescher wrote:
> > If you set a root password in d-i (as it asks you to), it doesn't
> > install sudo. If you try to set a blank root password, it locks the root
> > account, installs sudo and sets up the user you created with sudo
> > access.
> is new to me, I never knew! And I think it is good approach.
> Does one actually get pointed to this during install?
┌───────────────────┤ [?] Set up users and passwords ├────────────────────┐
│ If you choose not to allow root to log in, then a user account will be │
│ created and given the power to become root using the 'sudo' command. │
│ Allow login as root? │
│ <Go Back> <Yes> <No> │