[jp] jpilot 64 bit download
teacherjh at aol.com
Fri Jan 30 23:01:48 EST 2015
> All of the jpilot commands are owned by root. What is different when you
> start from a terminal using sudo. I don't know.
Depends on how you are logging in. If you are on Ubuntu, there is no
root account. It is impossible to log in as root - that way it's harder
for an attacker to gain full access to the system. So, the only way to
execute commands that only root can do is to use sudo ("do this one
command as if I were logged in as root").
In other Linux systems, it is possible to log in as root, but normally
one does not do this. Sudo has the same effect here. But for those
systems, you should also be able to log in as root and run the command
without sudo, because you are already root.
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