I haven't been able to find this anywhere else so I'll ask here.
does anyone know how to disable the warning box that comes up
when root logs into a box running GNOME?
I *know* I should be logging in as a normal user and then using
su to become root but this is the easiest way and damnit I *know*
that I can do some serious damage while logged in as root - I
have a big warning as the background image anyway.
John McDonnell, Software Development, - jmcdonne at apcc.com
American Power Conversion, Ballybrit, - http://www.apcc.com
Galway, Ireland - ph: +353-91-702280
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