lucy24 - 3:57 am on Sep 1, 2013 (gmt 0)
Administrator != full access.
Huh. In your lexicon, what does equal full access?
There's one forum where I have "Administrator" after my name-- and I know very well it doesn't mean anything. It's just because the head honchesa got tired of looking for where they'd hidden such-and-such moderatorial feature after the last major upgrade, and did the php/bb equivalent of throwing me the keys and saying "I dunno, you look for it". But on my own computer, I don't think there's anything higher than Administrator. And that's the only context I've ever met sudo.
it means super user do this for me
In my mind it will always rhyme with "judo". Not to be confused with the Duke of URL, which I also have no interest in pronouncing correctly. Except that it sounds far more sinister.
Something about that "super user do" wording puts me forcibly in mind of the recent daily-wtf entry involving "such-and-such be that".