9 thoughts on “SUDO without Password

  1. OK, then if your standard user account is compromised, the whole machine can be taken over without you even noticing it…

    I won’t recommend this except for test purposes.

  2. the correct way to do this is NOT using sudoers o giving root a password, but doing:
    sudo -s -H
    (lower s and upper h)
    to open a shell and inherit the correct environment with its variables
    it asks for a single password, then every command can be given without sudo or other passwords

    1. no, don’t do it, it’s a security threat giving root a password… use what i said in my previous comment… times go on, update yourself…

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