Using root User on Ubuntu

By default, Ubuntu are using sudo by a sudoer to issue a root-only command rather than using root user. Sometimes it is annoying while you are configuring your Ubuntu box by typing sudo and password on every (root-only) command that you type. You can activate the root user (and setup/change root password) using the following command: aryo@ubuntu:~$ sudo su – [sudo] password for aryo: root@ubuntu:~# passwd Enter new UNIX password: Continue reading Using root User on Ubuntu