Originally Posted by wcc1776
Try using su instead of sudo, MEPIS doesn't have sudo enabled by default.
Right on, Wayne.
, & anyone else so tempted:
This is a MEPIS
Please do not recommend sudo
here -- MEPIS does not use it as std. way to get root privilege. The following may sound rude, but in the interests of not propagating bad advice, perhaps you shouldn't post in a forum devoted to a distro you seem to know so little above.
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