Linux su

Linux su command

Ubuntu run command as root user on shell terminal

 

Ubuntu run command as root user on shell terminal

 

   On Ubuntu every times you need to run command as root user on shell terminal you may need to use sudo command to make sure that you can run command as root user without using sudo command.  To run command that can only execute by privileges user, the sudo command must be put in front of every command that run... that make very annoying when you need to execute many command that need that privileges.  The step by step example below show how you can make your terminal or keep your terminal run as root user and you dont have to put sudo command in every command that you want to execute.

 

Run as root user

 

1.  Open shell terminal.

Ubuntu open terminal


Linux Create User

 

Linux Create User Account Step by Step Example.

 

   The Linux create user account step by step example below use useradd command to demonstrate how to create user account on Linux operating system.  The useradd command only can be execute by root user and user that have sufficient privilege to create user on Linux system.  The step by step below begin with the su command to make sure that we have the privileges to create user on the Linux system.

 

Linux create user example:

 


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