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Oct17-09, 05:36 PM
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Under Mac OS you never need to log on as 'root' directly. Accounts with administrative privileges can perform Unix-style tasks that require root privileges by using 'sudo [command]' (to run one command at at time) or 'sudo -s' (to launch a shell that has root privileges).