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You are the only Linux administrator for a very small company. You are constantly asked to fix one problem or another as they occur. How should you log in to the system each morning?

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Login as a regular user, then use su a needed to solve problems.

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You have signed in as a regular user when a phone call comes in. The ABCD procedure must be begun the server presently, however, it must be controlled by root. You have utilized su to change to the root user record to do framework organization errands. You currently need to return to your customary user account.

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