Re: Emergency mode when root account locked
On 12/12/20 11:03 am, Fabrice BAUZAC wrote:
Greg Wooledge <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
Even if you plan to use sudo for 99% of your administrative work,
there's still no reason NOT to have a root password, for those emergency
situations where you need one.
I've had the bitter taste of it when I had to salvage a virtual machine
for which I had lost access to my non-root account. You'd better have
the root password around.
AND run sudo as root, for additional safety