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How to Run Sudo Command without a Password on Ubuntu Linux

In your linux system the sudo command allows users to run programs that require root privileges as the root user.Some times if you spend a lot of time on the command line and you will use the sudo command on a frequent basis, then it feels like in default to sudeors file, this authentication is… read more »

How to configure SUDO via OpenLDAP server

Well, in this guide, we will demonstrate how to configure SUDO through OpenLDAP Server. In addition to being able to provide sudo permissions on the local system, sudo can also be configured via LDAP. Providing SUDO through OpenLDAP eliminates the need to provide users with sudo privileges through the local system sudoers file. How to… read more »

Administrator Delay-Temporary Drop of Administrator Rights to Administrator

Today I stumbled upon an interesting utility by name “Delay manager”. As the name indicates everything, this utility will temporarily drop administrator rights to the administrator. The delayed administrator does not completely remove the administrative privileges of the administrative user account, but delays the administrator account for a specific amount of time. This means that… read more »

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