When a user has root access, they have the highest level of privileges on the system. This means they can perform tasks that can affect the entire system, such as modifying system configuration files, installing or uninstalling software, and managing user accounts.
- Login to your Sangkrit.net account
- Navigate to your My Products page
- Click Servers
- Next to the Generation 4 server, click Manage
- Select Settings from the top of the page in your account dashboard
- In the access section, next to the admin access, click Manage
- Select Enable Admin Access (this is actually root account sudo access)
- Now click Save
- Admin access is now enabled
Next, Establish a connection:
Launch your SSH client, enter the host i.e. your domain name or IP address, and your SSH port number (which by default is 22) to establish the SSH connection.
Now you will be asked to enter the FTP details. As prompted for that, enter your primary FTP username and password and click GO or whatever action button is there in your client. That’s it. Your client will now make a connection.