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Abilitare l'account root in Snow Leopard

Scrivo queste brevi righe per chi voglia usare l'account root che in Snow Leopard e' disabilitato di default.


Vi avviso che abilitando suddetto "user" potreste essere esposti a "pericoli" di sicurezza

quindi prendete queste info con le giuste precauzioni (vi posso consigliare di non usarlo per navigare in internet)

Io personalmente uso il root account per le operazioni di manutenzione del mio sistema.


- Andiamo nella cartella Sistema --> Libreria --> CoreServices

- Entrati in questa cartella avviamo Utility Directory, togliamo il lucchetto (sblocchiamo l'applicazione), e successivamente inseriamo le credenziali di amministratore.

- Dal menu nella barra di sistema (Composizione) selezioniamo "Enable Root User"

- Scegliamo "Change Root Password" dal menu e scegliamo una password per l'user root

Abbiamo finito riblocchiamo l'applicazione e facciamo il log-off


Ora nella finestra di login avremo ..altro... clicchiamo e inseriamo come nick(nome) root e come password quella che abbiamo scelto in precedenza...


Successivamente potete continuare ad usare il vostro standard account,

se poi siete stufi e non volete piu' usare il root account dovete solo invertire il processo usando lo standar account per disattivare il root account.


Fatene buon uso :)



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Non capisco che senso ha?

Basta avere un account amministratore e puoi fare tutto quello che fa root, perchè andare a rischiare problemi con root?

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Non capisco che senso ha?

Basta avere un account amministratore e puoi fare tutto quello che fa root, perchè andare a rischiare problemi con root?


Questa breve spiegazione vuole essere una "dritta" (trucchetto) su una funzionalita' disabilitata, non immediatamente accessibile.


Oggettivamente con l'account aministratore fai anche tutto (inserendo costantemente la password)

con l'account root no.


Poi di senso puo' averne anche poco.(Ma la miniguida ha lo scopo di spiegare la possibilita' di usarlo).



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Aggiungo per completezza anche la possibilità del comando su da terminale (avendo root abilitato come ha illustrato iFabio) si esegue la serie di comandi necessari, si chiude il terminale e non c'è la necessità di fare logout e loggarsi come root


Così le sapete tutte e scegliete come fare.



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