1 password for normal user access and other for accessing as root privileges?
Adel Moin [ Editor ]
If you want a user to have root privileges, you should use ‘sudo’. By default, sudo will ask for the user’s password.
You can change it, to ask for the root password instead, so that you will have to enter root password to have root privileges, and your own password for accessing the system as a normal user.
Use the ‘visudo’ command and add this line:
Defaults:username timestamptimeout=0, runaspw, passwdtries=1