How do I login as root? If the root account is unlocked and you know the password, you can log in as root when you’re prompted to log in with a user account. Enter “root” as the user when prompted to log in. If “root” is not listed as one of the log in accounts, click Not listed? and type “root” as the username.
How do I switch to root user 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.
How do I login as sudo in Linux? Run command as user. You can use sudo su to switch to the superuser account. You can use sudo su – to switch to the superuser account with root’s environment. The sudo su – username would switch to that username’s account with an environment that you would expect to see when you logged in as that user.
How do I login as root user in Linux?
- Please click on the lower left corner of the icon (start button).
- Click Terminal menu item to open the terminal.
- Input the command below: % sudo su –
- Press Enter.
- Your terminal prompt will become #.
- You now have root privleges on all operations in the terminal window.