crasic

Berkeley, CA

Age: 24

I'm a physics student at the University of California.

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comment Is there a way to run sudo without running another unneccessary command?
@WildVelociraptor for longer sessions, you may also use sudo -s which will open a root console, the classic alternative is also su to explicitly log in as root, but you will need to use the root password (which may be not set or different). Just type exit after you are done doing system tasks and return to your user.
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