Root access in Ubuntu | Open default file browser with admin privileges

If you want to install any application in Ubuntu, then don’t forget to get administrative privileges by writing “sudo” before the code to install.
Most importantly, you may frequently need to copy, make a link, move the directories in Linux, for that you can use “sudo nautilus” to open default file browser with administrative privileges. This can be very helpful to perform all file/directory operations in Linux with root(/) access.

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By Dinesh Roy

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