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Run As The Root Account Sissy!


Tux FTWFor that matter, why the hell are you logging in in the first place? Only sissies use init and getty — boot straight to a shell with init=/bin/bash (or /bin/csh if you’ve managed to actually grow hair on your scrotum) on the kernel command line. Start any daemons you want by hand. This is hilarious…

Note: This article will only make sense if you have any knowledge of Linux.

Stop being a sissy. Every time you sudo a command, you deserve to have your man card taken away.

You heard me. It’s time to stop being a little girl. It’s time to start using your computer like a man.

Well, How Can I Do That?

You can start by running as the root account. Do you ever get annoyed because you forgot to put sudo in front of a command and recieved a permission denied error? Oh that’s funny, I wouldn’t know about that. Because I’m not a baby.
Listen, running for root is not for everyone. If you are so incompetent that you can’t even handle using bash without typing rm -rf / every few commands, just stop reading here. Go back to the Ubuntu forums where all of your problems are packaged away for you in nice binaries because you can’t even handle installing a program from source.

But What If I Make A Mistake That Breaks My System?
Listen, running for root is not for everyone. If you are so incompetent that you can’t even handle using bash without typing rm -rf / every few commands, just stop reading here. Go back to the Ubuntu forums where all of your problems are packaged away for you in nice binaries because you can’t even handle installing a program from source.

Run As The Root Account

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