Too old for lectures, I am already aware of all the hype on why root login is bad. However, some of us are old dogs that have been doing this successfully, for many years.
I have 1 single system as a configuration sandbox where I do everything as root. Every time I configure/install a new OS/Desktop/Server/Router/Firewall/etc… OR, buildworld for a custom kernel or patch level, I expect the system may crash. Therefor it is regularly scratch installed.
Once a config is completed, beat on, abused, & finalized, the new system is built & configuration moved to it.
Now comes TrueOS ( I started with BSD when it was still at Berkely ). Based on the bleeding edge, with its own desktop. I love it, many kudos to the developers. However, we really need way to work graphically as root in many cases.
So, how can one login to Lumina As Root?