Login as Administrator on Linux Oracle Shell
The Linux Tip Simply shows you How to Get a Login as the Root SuperUser on Oracle Enterprise Linux 5.x/6.x/7.x/8.x Shell/Terminal/Command-Line.
In Unix-like computer OSes, root is the conventional name of the user who has all rights or permissions (to all files and programs) in all modes (single- or multi-user).
On Unix-like systems the user with a user identifier (UID) of zero is the SuperUser, regardless of the name of that account.
Be Cautious because the SuperUser has the Powers to Execute All Good/Bad Actions and Commands on GNU/Linux Shell.
Open a Shell Terminal emulator window
(Press “Enter” to Execute Commands)
Or Login into the Server Shell.
Making an Admin Root Login on Linux Oracle.
If Got “User is Not in Sudoers file” then see: How to Enable sudo
To Confirm You are Logged in as root the Shell Prompt will change showing a trailing
Then to End the SuperUser Session do
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