Open File Manager as ROOT in Linux | Get Root access in File manager | Run File Manager as Root Arch

Open File Manager as ROOT in Linux | Get Root access in File manager | Run File Manager as Root Arch in Ubuntu, Arch, Fedora, Kali Linux, OpenSUSE, Linux Mint, Manjaro, CentOS, RedHat Linux, Deepin & other linux distributions in 2020.

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Open File Manager as ROOT in Linux:-

xdg-mime query default inode/directory

For Example after getting the file manager from above command:-
sudo thunar
sudo nautilus

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