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http://crunchbanglinux.org – i'm not sure how many of you noticed this but by default #! does not provide us with a default root password, and basically if you somehow forget to set it up manually yourself you cannot access your root accountin most of the cases that's not really a problem, i mean the only time i ever log in a root account is when i screw up a system file (most often /etc/sudoers) i was reminded of a time when i renamed my user but the sudoers file had my old username in it so i was left without any method of accessing that file, and unable to run any sudo command here's an example:now grant (HowTos)