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  Top Ten Mac OS X Tips for Unix Geeks
Subject:   su
Date:   2002-10-25 19:00:51
From:   anonymous2
Or you can run NetInfo Manager
and do this:
Security-->Authenticate
Authenticate as an admin
Security-->Enable root user
Enter password when promted


Then in the terminal you can su to root as needed. That way you can keep your old fashioned and regular unix habits.


-sonic