root or non-root?

When you first install Neutrino, the installation process automatically creates a single user account called root. This user can do anything on your system; it has what Windows calls "administrator's privileges". UNIX-style operating systems call root the "superuser".

Initially, the root account doesn't have a password. To protect your system, you should:

The default command-line prompt indicates which user ID you're using:

For information about changing the prompt, see ".kshrc" in the Examples appendix.