Editing the root->.bashrc got me the prompt I wanted. Thanks.
Originally Posted by repo
Perhaps you can open a new thread, and give more info
distribution, problem, errormessages.....
A further question is, why I cant see the .bashrc file in the root using Terminal with the "ls" command even though I'm logged on as SuperUser? When I couldn't see it I tried to create it with gedit. Gedit said the file existed already. Then I did "gedit .bashrc" which worked even though the "ls" command doesn't see the file. How many other interesting files are invisible.
Do you know how to get the Gnome "File Browser" to work under a SU permission set? Can you start FileBrowser from a SU terminal to get there?
My Apache Server says on boot: "Can not bind to 192.168.1.100 creating log file failed" 192.168.1.100 is my static IP address for the Fedora box. I can ping that ip address do problems locally and on other machines in the house. There are some other screwy symptoms. Is there a log file that has a record of the Apache output on boot? I'll post a new thread on my Apache problem soon.
Why does gedit give me this error even though it loads and works
gedit:2925): GnomeUI-WARNING **: While connecting to session manager:
Authentication Rejected, reason : None of the authentication protocols specified are supported and host-based authentication failed.