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how do i start a new session keeping logged into my current normal one, so i can get on root and delete files i can't logged in as a user? running knoppix 3.8 and kde 188.8.131.52? maybe something like that
Originally posted by merchtemeagle Open up a shell and type su. This will give you root permissions.
yes it will, but i dont' know how to delete a folder tihs way, i was looking for a graphical interface on a new desktop...funny i learned alt+ctrl+f7 and alt+ctrl+f8 switches between the desktops, but i dont' know how to start it
You may want to use the "rm -rf" command on directories, but please be very careful when using it because you can hose your system. Also take a look at linuxcommand.org, to learn more about working with bash.