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  1. #31

    i listen to everything dude im 13 yrs old i dont quite understand everything u guys say but i try

  2. #32
    ok i reinstalled and made my self named admin so now i tryed the sudo su and it says that admin isnt in the sudoer file or what ever it is called

  3. #33
    Linux Guru loft306's Avatar
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    Oct 2003
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    Quote Originally Posted by bidi
    You can go right into a root terminal with Ubuntu (or Kubuntu). The option should be under the "System" menu, and should say "Root Terminal". The password it asks for is you user's password (the one you created during installation).
    This is true and the ansawer
    When one uses sudo they use there own password not root!
    There is no root password in this distro!

    taz@SR-71~$ sudo
    Password&#58;<taz's password>
    taz@SR-71 #
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