How do I login as root in Linux?
- Enable root/admin access for your server.
- Connect via SSH to your server and run this command: sudo su –
- Enter your server password. You should now have root access.
Is sudo same as root? What is Sudo? The sudo (superuser do) command is a command-line utility that allows a user to execute commands as the root or a different user. It provides an efficient way to grant certain users the appropriate permissions to use specific system commands or run scripts as the root user.
How do I login as sudo? To use sudo when using the command line, simply type “sudo” before the command you wish to run. Sudo will then prompt you for your password. Sudo will remember your password for a set amount of time (15 minutes by default).
How do I sudo a user?
|sudo -u user -s||Start a shell as user.|