Administrator & root
jas88 at cam.ac.uk
Wed Aug 2 23:45:37 GMT 2000
On Wed, 2 Aug 2000, Fernando Donate wrote:
> Hi, I have a serious problem.
> With Terminal Server 2000 , I use "map Network " to have J:, X:, W:
> ,.... Well, I must give privilegies of Administrator to a few folders in
> these new units,but , how I do it in Linux ? Root is not Administrator ,
> is it ?
The Linux account with UID 0 (typically called "root") is the Unix world's
equivalent to NT's "Administrator". Probably mapping these shares as user
root would do what you want.
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