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you run as root all the time? i would HIGHLY NOT RECOMEND that. but if you mess it up then i guess if you wanna try to fix it thats ...
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    you run as root all the time? i would HIGHLY NOT RECOMEND that. but if you mess it up then i guess if you wanna try to fix it thats why you do it? lolllol ok whatever.. just a thouhgt though {;^) -Zac-
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    Quote Originally Posted by zacam87
    you run as root all the time? i would HIGHLY NOT RECOMEND that.
    Yeah, I know it isn't recommended - that's why I referred to it as "kamikaze". Hmm...Kamikaze Linux...maybe that could be the name of my distro Honestly I can't say all the time - but most of the time. When I ssh into my desktop system, I use a normal user account. There's nothing worse than messing something up remotely and not being able to fix it immediately. But other than that, the fastest way to learn about the software is when you have the motivation to fix it, rather than say "I'll just reinstall".

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