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Old 01-25-2011, 11:43 AM
jimen3 jimen3 is offline
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odorn is correct. I'm not sure with avaya linux but in unix solaris, you can check a file wherein you can check if the group or userid is the same as root, then privilege is the same as root, if not then not. im not sure if sroot is sudo root too.

you will know if you are on root login if you see "hostname #" or # but if you see "$" it is only a user under unix. su - u root is correct, when it ask for password just press enter or of course enter the root passwd if you have.
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