Everything You Need to Know About sudo | Linux Essentials Tutorial
Sudo is a fundamental Linux command that allows a system administrator to delegate authority to give certain users, or groups of users, the ability to run commands as root or another user. In this video, we’ll cover the basics of sudo and how it works.
0:41 Why Do We Need sudo?
2:10 Check If sudo Is Installed
3:00 What Group is sudo In?
5:50 Which Permissions Can sudo Access?
6:30 Running apt update with sudo
7:00 Running sudo with the Previous Command
8:20 What is the /etc/sudoers file?
13:00 How to Properly Edit the sudoers File
18:20 Setup sudo Access Without a Password
19:20 A Quick Review
20:30 Including an Error On Purpose
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