You are often told to set a different password for each account, but this is troublesome. A good option is to register and log in to popular websites through social media accounts , your account will be safe and you don’t need to set a unique password for it. If you need the services of a website, but you are skeptical about it, then you can use the “temporary email” service.
· Try to follow this guide exactly. 1. First open a terminal and type su then your root password that you created when installing your Debian 10. 2. Install Leafpad text editor which allows you to edit text files. Type: “apt-get install leafpad”. 3. Stay in root terminal and type “leafpad /etc/gdm3/daemon.conf”.
· If you want to log in as the user root, with the root password, try the (virtual machine’s) console. The configuration of your Unix may not allow you to log in as the root user at a login prompt unless it is the console. The su command is different. su stands for set-user or something like that.
· Root is disabled for logon as default. You can login, go to settings and enable Logon as Administrator, but I really wouldn’t recommend it. You should run root commands as sudo and be done with it. It’s disabled as default when logging on for a reason.
Conclusion. In this article, you learned How to Enable Root Login Via SSH In Debian 10. As you know, by default SSH root login is disabled in Debian since it is not recommended to use the root password via ssh. So, you can ssh to the server as a regular Linux user and then use the su command to login as the root user.