Re: when i type 'Sudo su' - "User not in the sudoers file.This incident will be repor
so as to not confuse the OP, "su" and root are not the same thing. Which is how i read your statement.
Originally Posted by ManamiVixen
if you do not specify a username with "su" then it defaults to the root account, however it means "substitute user" and can and is used to switch user account privelege whether root or not.
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