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I'm building a samba server. I have an XP laptop using putty via ssh to
remotley administer. I cannot use putty to logon as root directly. If I
logon as my regular user I cannot su/sudo in as root. I tried modifying the
sshd_config file with AllowUsers [EMAIL PROTECTED] This didn't work. Any suggestions?
Im somewhat new to UNIX and nery new to FreeBSD, so my indepth knowledge is
not the best.
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