Re: My Time With Fedora 8
Not sure that you can completely disable the root account, but you can easily "turn on" the sudo ability for your user. Near the bottom of the /etc/sudoers file you can uncomment a line (its labeled) to enable the wheel group to run all commands and set env. variables. Once you have uncommented this line, simply add your user to the wheel group, then log out and back in. Now you can use sudo just like Ubuntu.
Originally Posted by apastuszak
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