Configure SUDO on Ubuntu

sudo is a program for Unix-like computer operating systems that allows users to run programs with the security privileges of another user (normally the superuser, or root). Its name is a concatenation of the su command (which grants the user ashell of another user, normally the superuser) and “do”, or take action. Add a user […]
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Allow a normal user to run commands as root in Unix/linux

Sudo command allows users to do tasks on a Linux system as another user. Sudo is more secure then su command. Log files : /var/log/secure (Red Hat/Fedora / CentOS Linux) /var/log/auth.log (Ubuntu / Debian Linux). So we can get the details using above log files that which user has perform which task or command using […]
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