On Mon, 2005-01-24 at 22:30 +1300, Nigel Nguyen wrote:
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Matt Brown wrote:
| On Mon, 2005-01-24 at 18:13 +1300, Judy & Lindsay Roberts wrote:
|>When the # and $ are used, are they typed in as part of the command or
|>do they represent something?
| They represent the bash prompt where you should type the commands in.
| $ indicates a user shell
| # indicates a root shell.
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In ubuntu if u want to move from $ => #
You can also just run 'sudo command' and enter you user's password when
prompted to run that command with root privelages
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