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'''root''', in Linux terms, is the superuser for the system. '''root''', in Linux terms, is the superuser for the system.
-Root has full user privileges and can do anything that it is possible to do on the system. As a result, some Linux distros hide the root user account from you. They expect you to use &lt;code&gt;[[sudo]]&lt;/code&gt; for every command that needs root access. Huh!+Root has full user privileges and can do anything that it is possible to do on the system. As a result, some Linux distros hide the root user account from you. They expect you to use <code>[[sudo]]</code> for every command that needs root access. Huh!
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root, in Linux terms, is the superuser for the system.

Root has full user privileges and can do anything that it is possible to do on the system. As a result, some Linux distros hide the root user account from you. They expect you to use sudo for every command that needs root access. Huh!