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Re: [MISC] Alternativ til SuSE søges



Steen Eugen Poulsen wrote:
Jørgen Heesche skrev:
Ubuntu har låst rootkontoen:
https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RootSudo
By default, the root account password is locked in Ubuntu. This means
that you cannot login as root directly or use the su command to become
the root user. However, since the root account physically exists it is
still possible to run programs with root-level privileges. This is where
sudo comes in

Du fårstår det vist stadivæk ikke.

Root konto passworded bliver gerne randomized på alle distroer med bare
for fem øre sikkerheds forståelse.

Ubuntu, Gentoo og andre der ikke gennem en installer beder dig om at
sætte et root password gør da ikke dem til noget som helst specielt i
forhold til at en eller anden har lavet en prompt for at sætte det.

Forstå det nu der er ZERO forskel mellem Debian, Fedora, whatever der
sætter passworded ved installation og Ubuntu, Gentoo og andre der ikke
gør det. De er staidvæk Linux systemer, der er ikke nogen Windows
administrator mode eller andet gylle på disse distoer.

Jeg er bange for at du ikke har forstået, hvad det handler om.
Det er rigtigt at de forskellige linux-distributioner, Ubuntu inklusive, er Linux-systemer med root som superuser. Ubuntu har dog, meget paranoidt, låst root-account så det ikke er muligt at logge på som root.
Læs linket https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RootSudo, som jeg citered fra.

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