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2004, 2005, 2006
2004, 2005, 2006
Translated and reviewed by Malcolm Parsons on 2007-03-23
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Ubuntu Documentation Project
Ubuntu Documentation Project
Translated and reviewed by Jen Ockwell on 2008-07-20
Located in administrative/C/administrative.xml:15(ulink)
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Canonical Ltd. and members of the <placeholder-1/>
Canonical Ltd. and members of the <placeholder-1/>
Translated and reviewed by Jen Ockwell on 2008-07-20
Located in administrative/C/administrative.xml:15(holder)
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The Ubuntu Documentation Project
The Ubuntu Documentation Project
Translated and reviewed by Malcolm Parsons on 2007-03-23
Located in administrative/C/administrative.xml:18(publishername)
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For security reasons, administrative tasks in Ubuntu can only be performed by users with special administrative privileges.
For security reasons, administrative tasks in Ubuntu can only be performed by users with special administrative privileges.
Translated by Alec Wright on 2007-09-19
Reviewed by Jen Ockwell on 2007-10-07
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Administrative access can be given to individual users, who can use the <ulink type="help" url="man:sudo">sudo</ulink> command to perform administrative tasks. The first user account you created on your system during installation will, by default, be able to perform administrative tasks.
Administrative access can be given to individual users, who can use the <ulink type="help" url="man:sudo">sudo</ulink> command to perform administrative tasks. The first user account you created on your system during installation will, by default, be able to perform administrative tasks.
Translated and reviewed by Jen Ockwell on 2008-07-20
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When you run an application that requires administrative privileges, you will be asked to enter your user password. This ensures that rogue applications cannot damage your system, and serves as a reminder that you are about to perform administrative actions which require you to be careful!
When you run an application that requires administrative privileges, you will be asked to enter your user password. This ensures that rogue applications cannot damage your system, and serves as a reminder that you are about to perform administrative actions which require you to be careful!
Translated and reviewed by Jen Ockwell on 2008-07-20
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All of the default graphical configuration tools in Ubuntu already use sudo, so they will prompt you for your password if needed.
All of the default graphical configuration tools in Ubuntu already use sudo, so they will prompt you for your password if needed.
Translated and reviewed by Malcolm Parsons on 2007-03-23
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Each time you type your password, the system remembers it for 15 minutes so that you do not have to type it again.
Each time you type your password, the system remembers it for 15 minutes so that you do not have to type it again.
Translated and reviewed by Jen Ockwell on 2008-07-20
Located in administrative/C/administrative.xml:20(para)
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For more information on the <application>sudo</application> program and the absence of a root user in Ubuntu, read the <ulink url="https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RootSudo">sudo page</ulink> on the Ubuntu wiki.
For more information on the <application>sudo</application> program and the absence of a root user in Ubuntu, read the <ulink url="https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RootSudo">sudo page</ulink> on the Ubuntu wiki.
Translated and reviewed by Malcolm Parsons on 2007-03-23
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