I am using Terminator, because it has cool ability to split itself into more terminals. But can it be run as root, without need to type
sudo -i after launch? (adding Run as root into Terminator shell for example)
.desktop file from
/usr/share/applications (or just add it to desktop and then create a copy) so that you don't have to edit all from the start and then:
Exec=terminator -e "sudo -i"
This will ask for your password when you open terminator.
sudo apt-get install gksu) and change the
This will open a pop up which will ask you your password and give you a root terminator without any user preferences though.
NOTE: Never run
sudo terminator because it might change the user folder ownership or cause other problems, always use
gksu for gui applications.