Login/User Question

Eric Eric at Don'tEmailMe.eml
Sat Nov 22 01:35:01 PST 2003

> Yes.  Settings -> control center -> login manager (Administration mode)
> NB!  You are asking for grief and destructive breakins if you do this.  Please 
> think again,  and even then don't do it!

Honestly, I know that always logging in as root is not a very wise thing 
to do but, Its "My system and i'll crash it if I want to...lol"

Thanks, Is there anyway to do this from bash (Base LFS).

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