Posted Nov 19, 2009 19:41 UTC (Thu) by drag
In reply to: admin role/group
Parent article: Fedora 12 lets unprivileged users install packages
Ubuntu's model is to give unfettered access to root if you are able to
supply the user's password. Which is exactly the sort of thing I want
distros to avoid completely.
It's acceptable in a single user environment, which is typical, but
it's completely counter productive for most other environments. You should
required to have root access to perform mundane and routine actions.
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