Root user on Ubuntu / Debian

On standard Ubuntu and Debian does not offer a root user via ssh (unless you activate him), you have to use the local user and the command sudo to gain root rights.
We strongly suggest not to activate root on ssh for security reasons.

For details please refer here:
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