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Originally Posted by Big Calhoun You can also change the preferences of the login manager to allow root logins. Gave me trouble in the begining. Can you give instructions for ...
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- 10-12-2010 #1
- 10-12-2010 #2
If it's kde4 you need to do this:
STEP 1. editor: /etc/kde4/kdm/kdmrc
STEP 2. click the find button, enter "AllowRootLogin"
STEP 3. change the value to "true"
STEP 4. save, logout, log back in as ROOT!
- 10-12-2010 #3
logging in as root is not a good idea, it's best to just use the terminal when the need arises. This will reduce the risks of accidentally doing something bad.
Last edited by codge; 10-12-2010 at 01:32 PM.
- 10-12-2010 #4
in Debian root login is disabled for security purpose you have to enable it manually i m not sure but this link is helpful for you
Enabling root access to Gnome under Debian/Ubuntu | Platonic
- 10-19-2010 #5
welcome here for any further problems