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Date:      Fri, 8 Mar 96 14:02:53 +0900
From:      ko-baba@kdd.co.jp
To:        chet@redsky.com
Cc:        questions@FreeBSD.ORG
Subject:   Re: SU
Message-ID:  <H00006dd015e7eb9@MHS>
In-Reply-To: <"v02110100ad646b90075e(a)(091)140.174.250.49(093)*"@MHS>

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> I'm been having trouble setting up superuser access to root. When I 'su
> root' and sign on with the proper password, I get a reponse that user is
> not part of group.
> 
> I've designated the user to be group 0 (wheel) when I created the user.
> That I believe is the group that root belongs to.
> 
> Any ideas,
> 
> Thank you for your help,
> 
> chet carello

Did you add your user account into wheel in /etc/group ?
If so, please try as follows.

If root belongs to other groups except for wheel, it seems to become fail.
So let root be out of other groups (in /etc/group), and belong to only wheel.

In my case, it went well.

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Koji (ko-baba@kdd.co.jp)



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