Really dumb question. I would like to display ROOT on the user login screen used in Mandrake 9.1.
Now before you jump all over me about "thats not to smart security wise", give me a chance to explain.
I'm trying to get to light speed on Mandrake 9.1. Right now I login as a user and in terminal mode I type "su", root's password,
and then drakconf.
Mandrake does have some slick features. Forgive me for saying this, but I'm and M.C.S.E. and Windows is what I'm used to networking with. So any of you Mandrake Aficionados with a flair
please help me out on this and "ignore" the "security" risk.
It's a home network with a couple of boxes, dual boots on each, running WNT4.5, W2K, W2k+3, Mandrake9.1, Red Hat 6.2.
I just don't want to use the command line in terminal mode whens its unnecessary. Saves keystrokes.
Thanx for any help,