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The command active root ssh ubuntu

The command to enable the root user what is it?
because I already used debian , centos and how it is simple root su root or sudo root or root yum but debian how it's done ? ***geeknetwork.fr on the website it says that must first be activated with a command ubuntu . but I want to know the order?

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Looks to be the same as other versions.
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sudo su

You want the terminal or console to run in root mode constantly? Then try "sudo su". You could also open it as "administrator" and that should put the terminal into a "root" mode.

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