How to Login as Root SuperUser on Linux openSUSE Terminal Shell Command-Line

January 10, 2016 | By the+gnu+linux+evangelist | Filed in: Tutorial.

Login as Administrator on Linux openSUSE Shell




The Linux Tip Simply shows you How to Get a Login as the Root SuperUser on Linux openSUSE 12.04-Precise/14.04-Trusty/15.04-Vivd/15.10-Wily 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.

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  1. Open a Shell Terminal emulator window
    Kickoff > Type “kons” > Return
    (Press “Enter” to Execute Commands)

    How to Login as SuperUser Administrator on Linux openSUSE - Open Terminal
  2. Making an Admin Root Login on Linux openSUSE.

    su -

    Or

    sudo su

    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

    exit

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