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Letzte Änderung am 2006-08-20 04:57:09 von Richard

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In order to change system settings in Linux, you must be root, the superuser. There are many ways to become root. Here is one for beginners, as "Professionnels" don't usually read here :-), who work with "vi".
2. Enter: %%su -


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In order to change system settings in Linux, you must be root, the superuser. There are many ways to become root. Here is one for beginners, as "Professionnels" don't usually read here :-), who work with VI.
2. Enter:
%%su -



Editiert am 2006-08-08 16:13:12 von Richard

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%%su -

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%%su


Editiert am 2006-08-08 16:12:57 von Richard proofing

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Setting the root password or becoming root


How to become root to change the configuration files

In order to change system settings in Linux, you must be root, the superuser. There are many ways to become root. Here is one for beginners, as "Professionnels" don't usually read here :-), who work with VI.

1.Open a terminal or console (in the system menu)!

2. Enter:

su
"your Root password"
kedit


Having done that, you can now change with the < open file > ANY file on the system. But you should be extremely careful. A wrong letter in the wrong file, and your system does not boot anymore. For beginners, the details can be very tricky!


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Setting the root password back or becoming root

How to become root to change the configuration files
In order to change system settings in Linux, you must be root - the superuser -. There are many ways to become root. Here is one for beginners, as "Professionnels" don't usually read here :-), who work with VI.
1.Open a terminal (in the system menu)!
2. Enter:
:code:su
"your Root password"
kedit:code:

Having done that, you can now change with the < open file > ANY file on the system. But you should be extremely careful. A wrong letter in the wrong file, and your system does not boot anymore. For beginners, the details can be very tricky!



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Setting the root password back or becoming root


How to become root to change the configuration files

In order to change system settings in Linux, you must be root - the superuser -. There are many ways to become root. Here is one for beginners, as "Professionnels" don't usually read here :-), who work with VI.

1.Open a terminal (in the system menu)!

2. Enter:

:code:su
"your Root password"
kedit:code:

Having done that, you can now change with the < open file > ANY file on the system. But you should be extremely careful. A wrong letter in the wrong file, and your system does not boot anymore. For beginners, the details can be very tricky!
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