Category: Xubuntu

Added: 16th of July 2020

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Open thunar file manager as root user on Xubuntu

If you ever need to access the thunar file manager root in Xubuntu you can do this through the terminal.

Open your terminal and enter the following command

sudo -i


You will them be prompted to enter your root password.

Then enter the following command to open the thunar file manager
thunar


Thunar file manager running as root

Always be careful when making changes to files as a root user.

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