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Use sudo Without Password

Tags:  Ubuntu   Linux   CommandLine   
Created on Thu, 22 Dec 2011.
Last Modified on Thu, 05 Apr 2012.

Motivation Behind This Cheatsheet

if using sudo commands in a script, you don't want to have to enter a password for it.

The Cheatsheet

sudo visudo

then add the line:

username_of_no_sudo_pass_user ALL=(ALL) NOPASSWD: ALL

Further Discussion

This will open up your default text browser to edit the config file. You could change your default text browser to someting you are familiar with.



PLEASE let me know if I'm doing something wrong, or if you have any suggestions or requests~

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