Using the Sudoers File to Give Users Root Privileges on Ubuntu 18.04 | 16.04

The sudo command is a command line utility / program that allows users who are trusted but not necessarily an administrator, to run and execute commands as root or another user…

This is usually the case for users who want to execute commands as root… or if a user wants to assume another user’s account privileges.. Only trusted users can use the sudo command..

This brief tutorial shows students and new users how to manage the sudoers file to grant access to standard users when using Ubuntu Linux… This may also apply to other versions of  Ubuntu and Linux distributions..

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