OS: Unix / Linux Often called the “Super User” command. The su (short for substitute user) command makes it possible to change a login session’s owner without the owner having to first log out of that session. Although su can be used to change the ownership of a session to any user, it is most commonly […]
Annoyed with using sudo, and su -i to elevate yourself to root to do things. I was so I just typed sudo passwd and set a new password and now I can log-on as root. Cool Huh?
SuperOneClick v220.127.116.11 Checking drivers… Killing ADB Server… OK Starting ADB Server… * daemon not running. starting it now on port 5037 * * daemon started successfully * OK Waiting for device… OK Getting OS Version… OK Pushing GingerBreak… 130 KB/s (16830 bytes in 0.125s) OK chmod GingerBreak… OK Running GingerBreak… ROOTED Pushing busybox… 1426 KB/s […]