General support questions
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harrywangca wrote: ↑
As logging in as other user and using su or command sudo to issue command with root privilege. In the machine all the gnome terminal and xterm are disabled not to use under requirement. The only thing is log in as root with it as my previous post said.
So log in via SSH with the X display set to tunnel back to your desktop. Or create a non-privileged user and provide an exception to that user to allow the appropriate programs to be run, just like you do for root.
Whatever you are trying to do to lock down these machines, it probably won't work. It won't be secure.