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Simply Switch User To Root in Linux Mint

This is actually unnecessary for me to keep this here in my journal, but sometimes i forgot the command to switch between users (especially Root) in terminal because of many distro of linux, which sometimes has different command to do so. So here is how to Switch User To Root in Linux Mint.
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How to Simply Switch User To Root in Linux Mint?

  1. When you logged in in terminal, type :
    su - root  This will switch your current account to root in terminal
  2. Enter the password of the root
  3. And now you should be able to make changes with root user.

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