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I use sudo i which will make any user in group wheel or in sudoers, effectively root. It's not identical but for most things it's root without having to have root logins persistently enabled.

I use sudo i-i which will make any user in group wheel or in sudoers, effectively root. It's not identical but for most things it's root without having to have root logins persistently enabled.

I use sudo -i which will make any user in group wheel or in sudoers, effectively root. It's not identical but for most things it's root without having to have root logins login persistently enabled.