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    [server] Re: su -> root

    I don't run LDAP on any of my computers, you can configure sudo locally, all you have to do is add the users you want to the sudo group
    usermod -aG sudo newuser but depending on the number of...
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    [server] Re: su -> root

    If you want a root session you can use sudo -i. It's pretty close to the Unix su command it makes you in root with /root as the home directory.
    Of course you could enable root password and use the...
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