As you may know, on Raspberry Pi OS, you get only the pi user by default
It’s not an administrator account for the Raspberry Pi, so you can’t configure things directly with this user.
For example, you can’t use the commands “reboot” or “shutdown” directly
Why? How does it work? How to disable this? We’ll see everything in this video.
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