ubuntu help

Karl Wilbur karl at karlwilbur.net
Tue Mar 29 23:56:19 UTC 2016

I know you already acknowledged this, but it generally a very very very bad
idea to allow full root access in this way.

First, you could just log in as `root`. That gives you full root access.

You could also add your user to the `admin` group.

But your simplest solution might be to just your user to the `sudoers` file.

Check this out:

Karl Wilbur
karl at karlwilbur.net

On Tue, Mar 29, 2016 at 7:41 PM, Hank Smith, and Seeing-eye dog Iona <
hank.smith966 at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hello how do I tell ubuntu to allow all root access?
> I will be the only one using the linux virtual machine and i want to give
> it all root privoliges
> I know the security risks but still want to do this.
> how do I get this set up?
> am usinb ubuntu 14.04 mate on vmware player
> thanks
> Hank
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