3 thoughts on “How to Get Rid of the Root Password on Linux

  1. Nealio82

    Also only do this on a computer that isn’t connected to the internet, as you’ll have granted free root access to anybody who might be tunneling in.

    Also make sure you’re not part of a network & you don’t use USB drives or anything that *could* contain malware either, as you’ll have given it permission to install as the super user.

    It’s best just to get used to typing passwords.

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  2. Mor

    Argh, for me just a bad, bad idea! Would you leave your car with the door open and the key inserted, just because it is parked in front of your house?
    I do not understand why people are so lazy nowadays… Come on it’s just a password, and after logging in for normal use you will not need it anymore.

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