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Trying here to accelerate root file editing via dired mode.

That way thought in somehow adjust visit file keystroke f, as default, to either ask for root password or to enter it as root automatically.

Would be a way to /sudo::/directory, but binded to visit, in a way that wouldn't be necessary to type /sudo:: everytime before dired command, when necessary. Is desired only enter f in given root user directory and minibuffer automatically asks for password.

Any ideas on how could that be done?

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  • Yes, it would be a way to /sudo::/directory, but binded to visit, in a way that wouldn't be necessary to type /sudo:: everytime before dired command, when necessary. Would only enter f in given root user directory and minibuffer automatically asks for password.
    – Renan41
    Mar 27 '20 at 19:51
  • Just adjusted as requested, @Drew.
    – Renan41
    Mar 29 '20 at 3:28

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