Christopher Chan wrote: > Michael A. Peters wrote: >> Christopher Chan wrote: >> >> >>> start/stop' though from Intrepid onwards I believe. There is no root >>> account by default. >>> >> There is a root account, you just can't access it w/o setting it's password. >> > Oh you can. sudo -i. Now go away. Yeah, I meant no *direct* root login. The whole sudo sh etc. giving root shell is why I despise the OS X / ubuntu default configuration. -=- I don't have a problem with sudo, I just have a problem with sudo configurations that make it cake to spawn a root shell.