Quickly Get List Of Logged In Users And Last Boot Time In Linux Mint / Ubuntu

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How To Set Root Access While Using Linux Mint Terminal

Using the Terminal in Linux Mint is much much more frequent than using the command prompt in Windows. Here is a simple way to set the given Terminal session as root till the time it is exited. To switch from the existing logged on user in Mint Terminal to root, just open the Terminal and type in sudo -i[If you want to see what the current user name is, use whoami as shown, after executing sudo -i...