I have been using ubuntu for a while and I have recently switched to ubuntu 11.10
well I can't find the root terminal also su command always gives me authorization failure and I don't know why . So any help??
Thanks in advance
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Personally I use
sudoon the command line for most administrative tasks on my Debian/Ubuntu based installs. Except if I have a lot to do, in which case I'll switch to root using
You can open a root terminal using the command
gksudo gnome-terminalIn older …
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