Feb 02, 2020 · Does sudo visudo -cs work and return an error? Colin_In_Belgium macrumors newbie. Original poster. Feb 2, 2020 7 0 Belgium. Feb 2, 2020 #6 Honza1 said:
What does sudo apt-get update command do on Ubuntu/Debian Oct 24, 2018 terminal - Sudo password doesn't work even if I have no Sudo password doesn't work even if I have no password. Ask Question Asked 6 years, 7 months ago. If you must remove the need for a password to use sudo, you can edit the /etc/sudoers file using visudo command. A thread on macoshints discusses how: Use the visudo command as root.
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The sudo command uses /etc/sudo and /etc/sudoers.d/* so be sure to check each file. LDAP can conceivably be used to source information, by the way. My system is 12.04 and my sudo-capable accounts are in the sudo group. My pertinent polkit files are /etc/polkit-1/localauthority.conf.d/50-localauthority.conf and /etc/polkit-1/localauthority.conf.d/51-ubuntu-admin.conf. Yours may be different. Dec 07, 2019 · Today We’re going to discuss sudo and su, the very important and mostly used commands in Linux. It is very important for a Linux user to understand these two to increase security and prevent unexpected things that a user may have to go through. Firstly we will see what these commands do then we’ll know the difference between both of them. Jun 18, 2019 · The sudo command also makes it easier to practice the principle of least privilege (PoLP), which is a computer security concept that helps control system access and potential system exploits and compromises. For more information about the sudo command, visit A. P. Lawrence's Using sudo page. The su command. The su command allows you to become sudo!! but it doesn't really work on ubuntu (14.04 and earlier). When I type. apt-get install htop It will obviously tells me to run the command as super user. And therefore I should be able to run this: sudo!! which would execute the command. sudo apt-get install htop but instead it tells me that it couldn't find the command . sudoapt-get
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How to use 'sudo' and 'Su' commands in Linux: An Dec 07, 2019 Make sudo work harder - IBM Oct 06, 2009 May 12, 2010 · Sudo stands for either “substitute user do” or “super user do” (depending upon how you want to look at it). What sudo does is incredibly important and crucial to many Linux distributions. Effectively, sudo allows a user to run a program as another user (most often the root user). Feb 11, 2020 · The sudo privilege is given on a per-user or per-group basis. To ensure that your account has this privilege, you must be added to the sudoers file. The file is located at /etc/sudoers and requires root permissions. To make yourself a superuser, enter the following into the bottom of the file: