It's an old good Laptop running under a Ubuntu Mate version, which works fine, though the processor is only a dual core at a 2.2 GHz speed. Not used for video streaming because the proc would work at 100% constantly,not really a good idea. Otherwise FINE !
The man who installed this initially is gone, impossible to reach, and none knew the password of the only admin user. I guess it doesn’t matter too much... "super root user" allowing to do anything
BUT I wasn't too sharp on Linux two days ago.
I had a first experience with Linux, because I had that lovely "Asus Eeepc" under Linux; I loved that Netbook, many years ago :)
So, I've been able to :
- Modify the password of that admin session
- Create another admin user
- The normal user of the PC is a friend of mine. she asked me to erase the account of that person My question is : May I DELETE this initial ADMIN ACCOUNT after having created another admin User without any risks for the system stability ? I guess I can but I’m not 100% certain
THANKS a lot for your help