9 thoughts on “SUDO without Password

    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…

  1. 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

  2. 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.

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