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- Jan 2004
giving normal user root privilages
This is not safe from a security point of view, but you can then limit what root can do with eg. grsec.
What you do, is change the uid and gid in the /etc/passwd
Here's an example:
change that to
and it should be working. But sudo or su is more safe.