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how do I login as the root operator?-NT

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by:rbr
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Sorry I don`t understand your question. Pls give more info.
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by:rlivings
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maybe that is why noone answered my question :).  Ive read where to modify some things on your system, only a superuser can do it i was just curious as to where they do this, because i am assuming things are not modified in the bash shell, i think it is called(the one after you login).
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Sorry I still understand anything. It is true that some things only a super user can do. Do change to superuser use su.
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okay thanks, im kind of confused myself but i think you cleared up a few things for me.  Well at least im learning
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