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Old 21st May 2013, 10:31
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Default root permissions disabling

From Linux From Scratch build a minimal system for running my application. but struck on disabling root permission.

Need my minimal lfs as ubuntu.

when ubuntu boots login-screen displays when we enter username and password it will redirect to Desktop from ter when we open a terminal it will open as $--> non root-user from ter we access #--> root via sudo.

Same as ubuntu when my lfs boots want to display my application [xinit-window launcher (same as login screen in ubuntu but, in my case with out asking user name and password)] and when i access terminal it should display as $--> non-root user then i want to use sudo to access root.

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